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Apple iPhone uses XScale processor

Posted on Wednesday, January 24 2007 @ 04:12:13 CET by

Last week an Intel executive, Dario Bucci, said Apple's upcoming iPhone uses an XScale chip:
Intel had originally developed the Xscale platform in 2002 while branching out into mobile phones and PDAs, but later sold the architecture to Marvell Technology group in June of last year when it chose to return its attention to x86 and Itanium designs. Bucci identified Marvell as the source of the Xscale during the interview.

The explanation may help explain the contradictory statements made by Apple and Intel last week when the two companies were asked about the underlying hardware of the iPhone. A spokesman for the Cupertino-based developer initially claimed that Intel was directly responsible for the low-power processor, but promptly had his argument refuted by Intel in a statement supplied just hours later. Bucci also claims that the iPhone uses flash memory produced by Intel.



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