Apple currently use Samsung processors in their iPhone and iPad devices. New rumours leaked online suggest that will change when Apple launch the iPhone 6 and next-gen iPad.
The current contract between Apple and Samsung expires next year and the San Fransisco based company are thought to be keen to remove their reliance on the Korean company. That makes sense because they are bitter rivals and the two major forces in the mobile world.
Apparently, Apple are considering using Intel processors in the iPhone 6 and the next-generation iPad. Intel have been a dominant force in the PC market for years, but recently they've been trying to break into the mobile market.
A partnership between the two makes sense because Intel have the manufacturing capacity to cope with Apple's huge demand. While, teaming up with Apple would instantly make Intel one of the major players in the mobile world.
Yesterday, we covered reports by industry experts predicting that Apple will produce three different iPhone 6 models. With the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Mini and an iPhone 6 XL all expected to land in the first quarter of 2014.
As soon as 3G get more news about Apple's partnership with Intel we'll let you know.
By Simon Thomas on 19th March, 2013