Copycat Lawsuit Could Cost Samsung Billions As Apple Moves To Freeze Them Out Of iPad 3 and iPhone 6 Production | Cult of Mac

Starting in 2012, if you want to see Samsung and Apple together, your best bet is in a courtroom. The two rivals’ “frenemy” status apparently has reached the breaking point, with a “deafening” roar of leaks indicating the Cupertino, Calif. tech giant will dumping Samsung built A5 and A6 processors as part of a larger purge that could completely eliminate the Korean manufacturer from Apple’s entire supply chain.

Apple is expected to introduce the A6 chip in 2012, according to unnamed “semiconductor industry” sources cited by Ars Technica Monday. “It seems likely that Apple is making the change to cut some, if not all, Samsung-made components out of its supply chain,” the report said.

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Copycat Lawsuit Could Cost Samsung Billions As Apple Moves To Freeze Them Out Of iPad 3 and iPhone 6 Production | Cult of Mac.

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