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Electronics Production | February 07, 2007

British processors in the iPhone?

According to the site seekingalpha.com the processors used in the new Apple iPhone are all developed in Cambridge UK.
According to Keith McMahon on the site seekingalpha.com the new Apple iPhone contains UK developed processors only. Below you see the list over the "UK developed" chips.

* Applications Processor: Samsung – ARM11
* Baseband Processor: Infineon – ARM926
* WiFi Processor: Marvell – ARM946
* Bluetooth Processor: CSR – XAP
* Broadcom touchscreen controller – Broadcom Inhouse (team located in Cambridge)

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