Sina Technologies News, April 11, afternoon news, in an interview after Huawei's P30 series conference, Huawei consumer business CEO Yu Chengdong said that he was open to selling 5G chips to Apple in China.
Earlier, there were reports that Apple had trouble with 5G baseband. They had hoped for Intel, but the progress was not smooth. Another giant, Qualcomm, is suing Apple. Apple has also been rumored to have studied the 5G chipsets produced by Samsung and MediaTek, but no follow-up information has been received.
Recently, according to foreign media reports, a person familiar with the situation said that Huawei is now open to selling its 5G chips, but only to one company: Apple. Huawei officials did not respond at the time.
In response, Yu Chengdong said today that Huawei was open to selling 5G baseband chips to Apple. But he also mentioned that the U.S. government is cracking down on Huawei, so even if Apple wants to use it, it will certainly be limited. (Zhang Jun)