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Default Samsung to produce majority of chips for Apple starting next year

The rivals are set to do business once again. Samsung, which the world knows to be Apple’s nemesis, has long been a component provider for the company. Apple has sourced many components from the Korean giant, including but not limited to chips and display panels. It has been reported countless times that the Cupertino company wants...

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