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    Junior Member NiranjanKoshit's Avatar
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    The current scenario of "no option" has come true for Apple, which may have thought of not having Qualcomm chips. But again, they have no option, but to go with Qualcomm at least in Germany.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiranjanKoshit View Post
    The current scenario of "no option" has come true for Apple, which may have thought of not having Qualcomm chips. But again, they have no option, but to go with Qualcomm at least in Germany.
    And this will only be for the iPhone 7 and 8 models exclusive for Germany only. Guess, this is a mean for both companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrarthanaDhumane View Post
    And this will only be for the iPhone 7 and 8 models exclusive for Germany only. Guess, this is a mean for both companies.
    But does that really solve the issue between the two giants? Or is this just a temporary settlement?