Intel reportedly halted the development of its new 5G mobile modem after Apple decided not to place an order for future iPhones.
Intel had hoped to partner with Apple to provide "Sunny Peak" chips for its iPhone 2020 lineup, but according to internal communicatis and "people aware of the issue," Apple has decided to shop elsewhere.
Apple is becoming e of the first smartphe manufacturers to deploy super-fast 5G cnectivity. It is said that he develops his own modem chips internally, but until they are ready, he will have to use third-party solutis.
Intel was e of the vendors that Apple was csidering, according to recent reports. Its next Sunny Peak chip was designed specifically for a future iPhone, but after being snubbed by Apple, the company halted its development.
Apple does not care about Intel's 5G chips
Israeli website CTech, which quotes Intel's internal communicatis and people familiar with the subject, reports that Apple has informed Intel that it will not use Sunny Peak chips in future devices.
"In the papers reviewed, Intel executives describe Apple as the" key ".mobile client" for the developed 5G mobile modem, "reads the report. "Intel was waiting for Apple to be the" main volume driver "for the product."
Now that Apple has abanded, it seems that Intel sees no future for its Sunny Peak chip.
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