Don't hold your breath for Intel chips inside Apple iPads or iPhones.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gus Richard doesn't see it happening until 2015.
"We believe Apple could add roughly $5B-$6B/yr in revenue for Intel but is unlikely to be a foundry customer this year or next," said Richard, who follows Intel closely, in a research note today.
Five to six billion dollars in added revenue is nothing to sniff at in light of all the smartphone and tablet chip business now going to Intel rivals like Qualcomm, Nvidia, and Samsung.
But he added that … Read more