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Apple has recently taken upon themselves to develop their very own chipsets that not only take the role of the computers' CPU but GPU and RAM as well with their M1 and M1X chips for all their new devices which inevitably phased out Intel as their supplier and all future suppliers as well.

However, reports now claim that Apple is taking this even further as the multi-million dollar deal between chip manufacturer and network supplier Broadcom is now coming to an end in 2023 and Apple is opening up multiple specialised job listings for wireless silicon engineers and developers to join on their ever-growing chipset department.

Apple now intends to further create in-house chips that will offer Apple-owned Bluetooth and WiFi hardware and systems.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Later Clips on Apple Is Making More Chips...

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