Apple buys part of chipmaker Dialog for $300 million

Apple acquired Dialog Semiconductor, a chip maker in Europe, to bring more of its silicon design in-house. The transaction includes $ 300 million in cash to license Dialog's power management technology, acquire 300 engineers, and manage some assets. Over the next three years, Dialog's products add $ 300 million.

TechCrunch According to the notes, this is Apple's biggest acquisition. Although Apple does not fully take over Dialog, 300 engineers account for 16% of the workforce and have worked closely with Apple for many years.

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