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Apple is building a team of engineers for a new office in Southern California. The team will develop wireless chips that could replace components supplied by Broadcom and Skyworks, reports Bloomberg.
Apple is bringing more technology in-house. Engineers will work on wireless radios, radio-frequency integrated circuits and a wireless system-on-a-chip, or SoC. They’ll also develop semiconductors for connecting to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Those are all components currently provided to Apple by Broadcom, Skyworks and Qualcomm.
Recent job listings reveal that Apple is seeking a few dozen engineers for an office in Irvine, California. Applicants must have experience in modem chips and other wireless semiconductors.

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