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Huawei selling its advanced 5G chips to Apple (15)

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--FILE--A Huawei Honor V20 smartphone is on display at a store in Kunshan city, east China's Jiangsu province, 6 April 2019. Huawei is pushing cash-strapped South Asian nations to adopt its low-cost 5G technology as the tech behemoth moves to fend off U.S. claims that it's a proxy for Chinese spying. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--View of a store of Huawei in Wuhan city, central China's Hubei province, 31 March 2019. Huawei says the company "poses no threat" to the United Kingdom and the best way to win trust is through "transparency", after a top British cybersecurity official said the Chinese telecom giant's "shoddy" engineering work could lead to a ban on its 5G network in the country. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--Pedestrians walk past an Apple store in Beijing, China, 23 March 2019. China's Huawei Technologies is reported considering selling its advanced 5G chips to US smartphone giant Apple, which is allegedly struggling with the rollout of 5G products. A Chinese industry insider said there is a possibility that Huawei is likely to be a chipset supplier for the US firm. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--Pedestrians walk past an Apple store in Beijing, China, 23 March 2019. China's Huawei Technologies is reported considering selling its advanced 5G chips to US smartphone giant Apple, which is allegedly struggling with the rollout of 5G products. A Chinese industry insider said there is a possibility that Huawei is likely to be a chipset supplier for the US firm. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--Customers enter an Apple store in Beijing, China, 23 March 2019. China's Huawei Technologies is reported considering selling its advanced 5G chips to US smartphone giant Apple, which is allegedly struggling with the rollout of 5G products. A Chinese industry insider said there is a possibility that Huawei is likely to be a chipset supplier for the US firm. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--People visit the stand of Huawei featuring 5G network during an expo in Beijing, China, 21 March 2019. China's Huawei Technologies is reported considering selling its advanced 5G chips to US smartphone giant Apple, which is allegedly struggling with the rollout of 5G products. A Chinese industry insider said there is a possibility that Huawei is likely to be a chipset supplier for the US firm. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--People visit the stand of Huawei featuring 5G network during an expo in Beijing, China, 21 March 2019. China's Huawei Technologies is reported considering selling its advanced 5G chips to US smartphone giant Apple, which is allegedly struggling with the rollout of 5G products. A Chinese industry insider said there is a possibility that Huawei is likely to be a chipset supplier for the US firm. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--People visit the stand of Huawei during an expo in Guangzhou city, south China's Guangdong province, 13 September 2018. Huawei is pushing cash-strapped South Asian nations to adopt its low-cost 5G technology as the tech behemoth moves to fend off U.S. claims that it's a proxy for Chinese spying. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--People visit the stand of Huawei during an expo in Guangzhou city, south China's Guangdong province, 13 September 2018. Huawei is pushing cash-strapped South Asian nations to adopt its low-cost 5G technology as the tech behemoth moves to fend off U.S. claims that it's a proxy for Chinese spying. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--A visitor tries out an VR (Virtual Reality) Glass at the stand of Huawei during an expo in Guangzhou city, south China's Guangdong province, 13 September 2018. Huawei is pushing cash-strapped South Asian nations to adopt its low-cost 5G technology as the tech behemoth moves to fend off U.S. claims that it's a proxy for Chinese spying. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--Visitors try out VR device at the stand of Huawei during the 2018 World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) in Guangzhou city, south China's Guangdong province, 13 September 2018. Huawei says the company "poses no threat" to the United Kingdom and the best way to win trust is through "transparency", after a top British cybersecurity official said the Chinese telecom giant's "shoddy" engineering work could lead to a ban on its 5G network in the country. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--View of the stand of Huawei during an expo in Guangzhou city, south China's Guangdong province, 13 September 2018. Huawei says the company "poses no threat" to the United Kingdom and the best way to win trust is through "transparency", after a top British cybersecurity official said the Chinese telecom giant's "shoddy" engineering work could lead to a ban on its 5G network in the country. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--View of a Huawei store in Chongqing, China, 1 September 2018. Huawei is pushing cash-strapped South Asian nations to adopt its low-cost 5G technology as the tech behemoth moves to fend off U.S. claims that it's a proxy for Chinese spying. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--View of a store of Huawei in Yunyang county, Chongqing, China, 1 September 2018. Huawei says the company "poses no threat" to the United Kingdom and the best way to win trust is through "transparency", after a top British cybersecurity official said the Chinese telecom giant's "shoddy" engineering work could lead to a ban on its 5G network in the country. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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--FILE--Customers shop at a store of Huawei in Yunyang county, Chongqing, China, 1 September 2018. Huawei says the company "poses no threat" to the United Kingdom and the best way to win trust is through "transparency", after a top British cybersecurity official said the Chinese telecom giant's "shoddy" engineering work could lead to a ban on its 5G network in the country. (Imaginechina via AP Images)