MacRumors, with a EDN report as supporting evidence, is claiming that Apple may have bought Intrinsity a chip company that specializes in ARM-based (as used in iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads) CPUs. MacRumors points to several Intrinsity employees now stating that they work for Apple on their LinkedIn profiles. These profiles were later changed to […]
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Intrinsity Bought By Apple?

MacRumors, with a EDN report as supporting evidence, is claiming that Apple may have bought Intrinsity a chip company that specializes in ARM-based (as used in iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads) CPUs. MacRumors points to several Intrinsity employees now stating that they work for Apple on their LinkedIn profiles. These profiles were later changed to remove the mention of Apple Inc. Luckily MacRumors still has a still image of the find:

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The change in employment was dated at April 2010. Additionally, MacRumors reports that 13 former Intrinsity employees are now working at Apple. This leaves us with two options, either Apple recently (and very quietly) snapped up Intrinsity (this is most likely) or has poached some of their key employees.

We’ll keep you updated as this story develops.

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