Intel’s mobile future is in blazing modems as it buries Atom failure

Apple’s iPhone has twice been linked to Intel’s mobile future. The chip maker bungled it up once, but is coming on strong the second time.

Intel passed on the opportunity to make chips for the first iPhone, and in May discontinued Atom smartphone chips after wasting billions trying to get them in handsets. The chip company instead started building a new mobile identity around its modems and wireless connectivity assets.

Intel’s had success, and some iPhone 7 smartphones are already using the chip maker’s modem. The company is now building faster modems, and carrying out trials for future 5G wireless networks.

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