At present, if Apple receives the "legacy" of Intel's newsletter, and if it studies hard, according to Apple's strength, it shouldn't be a difficult task to create its own baseband. If it's not good to use, we should first say two things. After all, we should first solve the problem of whether we can or not, and then we can say the problem of whether we can do it well, such as If Apple is successfully developed, it will compete with Qualcomm Huawei for the baseband communications market, which will be a particularly exciting scene.
Do you think Apple will use these technologies against Qualcomm Huawei? Do you think Apple can make its own baseband?
Earlier, Intel announced its complete withdrawal from the communications industry, and its early acquisition of Infineon was a complete failure in its plan to enter the communications baseband industry in an all-round way. Now Intel is planning to start dealing with the legacy and find an heir.
Recently, according to foreign media reports, Intel is planning to auction 8,500 wireless communication patents in its hands. Now it has found a seller, and is currently negotiating with the mysterious seller on patent transfer.
Although Intel has not disclosed who the seller is, it has not discussed the details of the patent transfer anywhere. But there is speculation that Apple, which has previously cooperated with Intel in depth, is still the most likely mysterious seller, although it has not responded publicly to the issue.
Why do you say that? First of all, Qualcomm, the communications giant, is certainly not interested in this patent, because Qualcomm itself can be said to be absolutely dominant in the baseband. Intel's "legacy" of Infineon can only be said to be tasteless and unfortunately abandoned chicken ribs. Moreover, Huawei is not likely to be Huawei, because in the 5G technology sector, Huawei can be said to be the world's leader in Qualcomm, it can be said that Qualcomm is not interested, Huawei is unlikely to be interested.