Apple and Qualcomm have blamed each other for several times.
Qualcomm gives several billions of dollars to Apple, and Apple says it has given the Qualcomm Modem chips. The problems between the two companies that had been transferred to Apple only on Apple's modest chips for 2018 iPhone models were bad. According to a summer survey, two companies have applied to more than 50 intellectual property rights violations and antitrust centers for the 16 judges of six countries.
But in today's CNBC, Qualcomm CEO Steve Molencafe is at the doorstep of his home to solve the differences with Apple. Both companies were talking about CNBC's Jim Cramer. Using a sports analog, the war with Apple is not "in the fourth quarter and the first quarter," Mollencope said. Qualcomm CEO says Apple will slip up to 2017 October.
Qualcomm, even if you kiss Apple in the end of the year, it's too late for the 2019 iPhone models for the Qualcomm modem chips. But the chip maker will get 2020 iPhones for 520 Mode. Apple's first generation wireless connectivity will be supported.