Imagination Technologies dies due to Apple's dependence - NewCydiaTweaks


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Friday, June 23, 2017

Imagination Technologies dies due to Apple's dependence

More than 40 years ago, in 1976, what we know today as Apple, one of the richest and most valuable companies in the world today , was born in a garage As we all know, anything that kings of electronics play becomes gold , as happened with Imagination Technologies, which until very recently had a serious agreement with the Cupertino company.

Gold became brass

Precision machine for the manufacture of Gresso cases
The company in question has been declared for sale, this has been a decision that have taken the high positions of the same, since they were on the verge of falling in the abyss of the rut . As we mentioned above, all the brands that Apple has touched have become more valuable and their shares in the stock market have risen in a brutal way, and so it was with Imagination Technologies, but that is over.
Tim Cook told the company in question that in a maximum period of 24 months would end their agreement to use the technology of this firm that manufactured the iPhone, Mac and other devices characteristic of the big apple. This has had a catastrophic outcome as mentioned above.
The stock market value of Imagination Technologies has dropped the unbelievable percentage of 70%since the end of the deal between these two companies, only since April, that is, it is almost out of the labor market in less than 3 months.
Apple seems to have become independent in the themes of using new hardware and technology in their new devices , a clear example of this is the incredible processor upgrade that their computers have received: the new Intel seventh generation CPU , with a power Of 4.5 GHz, which we could increase to 4.7 GHz, but it is not recommended since it will increase the temperature of this and the shortening thus the life of the Mac.
Intel Kaby Lake
Imagination Technologies had to give 8% of its shares to Apple and if this was not enough, the agreement between both companies was half the revenue that the British company received . It is a pity to see an old and faithful companion of Cupertino's go this way, since they have worked for more than 15 years, since 2001 with the first iPod.
We expect the buyer who buys this brand to know what it does and to bring it back to the market, since any company that works with Apple becomes a major brand in the electronics sector and should not have it difficult At the time of finding another contract like the one that had with the apple.

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