According to a new report from Bloomberg, both Apple and Qualcomm recently attempted to purchase exclusive access to chip supplies from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), but failed, as the chip supplier instead wishes to avoid signing an exclusive deal.
A new report from DigiTimes - the trade publication that, we should note, isn't always accurate in its statements and predictions - has announced that chip suppliers are readying stock for the sixth-generation iPhone, which is said to become available this fall.
This week, Apple has sent its lawyers after both Motorola and Samsung. According to reports from Reuters and paidContent, Apple is suing Motorola for the company's use of Qualcomm technology, while Samsung is being targeted because of its autocorrect feature (among other iOS patents).
As originally noted by TechCrunch, Qualcomm has released its Augmented Reality Software Development Kit (SDK) for iOS. The SDK allows iOS developers to create impressive augmented reality applications, and is available to download now over at Qualcomm's website.