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When I first started using PCs regularly, back in the early 1990s, systems using Intel processors were priced at a premium. So that meant my first couple of Windows PCs (we had a Commodore 128 at home before that) ran a Cyrix processor - a 486DLC if memory serves. But through most of the 1990s Intel ruled the roost. Their "Intel Inside" campaign was one of the most successful marketing campaigns of all time. But the world has moved on and we are on the cusp of a new processor era.


Apple has been knocking heads with Qualcomm, the company that supplies them with the comms chips that let your iOS devices connect to all sorts of networks. But the two companies have been arguing over Qualcomm's competitive practices and Apple has been shifting from being very Qualcomm-dependent to a more diversified set of components.