Dialog Semiconductor

Apple Chip Supplier Manages to Hit Q4 Revenue Target Despite iPhone Slump

Dialog Semiconductor, Apple's leading supplier of power-management chips, has today announced that despite a slump in iPhone sales, it has managed to hit its fourth-quarter revenue target, with shares jumping nearly 4% as investors appreciated the company’s resilience, Reuters is reporting. The UK-based manufacturer is one of the few companies that have weathered Apple’s recent sales...

Dialog Semiconductor CEO Says Apple Supply Deal in Place Through 2020

The CEO of Dialog Semiconductor stated that he expects Apple, the company's top client, to continue to use a "significant proportion" of its devices through 2020. According to a new report from Reuters, Dialog Semiconductor CEO Jalal Bagherli told the German newspaper Euro am Sonntag that Apple had commissioned his company to build a number of semiconductors for a...

Apple Hiring Away Designers and Engineers from Dialog Semiconductor

According to a report by Business Insider, Apple is continuing to hire away designers and engineers from its leading power chips supplier Dialog Semiconductor, with around 28 hires already been made between March 2016 and now. The UK-based manufacture saw a massive drop in its share price yesterday after it acknowledged that Apple, its biggest customer, is developing its own...

Dialog Semiconductor Dismisses Claims it Could Lose Apple as Customer

Last month, a research note by a Bankhaus Lampe analyst claimed that Apple may cut back on the use of Dialog Semiconductor's power-management chips, resulting in the company’s shares dropping as much as 36%. Today, the Anglo-German company’s CEO Jalal Bagherli has told Reuters in an interview that Dialog’s relations with its biggest customers, including Apple, remain very strong, and...

Analyst’s Apple Warning Crashes Dialog Semiconductor Stock

Following a research note by Karsten Iltgen, an analyst at Bankhaus Lampe, in which he warned that Apple may cut back on the use of Dialog Semiconductor Plc’s power-management chips, the company’s shares plunged as much as 36%, Bloomberg reports. “There is strong evidence that Apple is developing its own power-management integrated circuits and intends to replace the chip...