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Friday, 12 November 2010 16:26

Apple will indeed use Fusion

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Industry sources contradict AMD spin

A very reliable source close to AMD has informed us that Apple will indeed use Fusion APUs in some of its upcoming products.

Although AMD was prompt to issue a statement denying our previous report, it appears that this was merely an attempt at damage control. The leak obviously raised many eyebrows at Apple, which has a very good track record in keeping its upcoming products secret, unless someone drops them in a California bar, of course.

We still don't know the exact details of the deal, but we will try to learn more over the weekend. It's a good time to be an AMD shareholder but be aware that Apple is definitely upset about the whole leak. Very upset.

Also read:

Apple to embrace AMD Fusion?
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