That large amount of money will go towards two things: $300 million in cash pays for a portion of Dialog’s company, including licensing power-management technologies, assets, and over 300 employees who will now work for Apple.
The 300 Dialog engineers who will now be Apple employees have reportedly already been working closely with the company.
Apple’s acquisition of Dialog points to the company’s seriousness in making its own chips, particularly for power management.
With Dialog’s technology and IP, Apple will likely be able to develop a better power-management chip than it could have on its own.
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