Samsung low-power chip guru quits to join Apple
By Jerry Carrion

If you're searching for proof that Apple plans to once emancipate itself from second hand processors, look at the iPhone 4S and 5. Both chips were designed within Cupertino's quarters and do not require the outsourcing of any third party manufacturer. A week ago it seemed like a crazy concept to grasp, but now more than a week later it seems more like a reality after ex-AMD pioneer Jim Mergard just recently departed from Samsung for a position at Apple. A former colleague told the Wall Street Journal that Jim would be "very capable of pulling together internal and external resources to do a PC processor for Apple". I guess we just have to wait and see what the company will cook up!




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