Apple  and Intel  have long been rumored to be exploring a foundry relationship where Intel would manufacture processors bound for iPhones and iPads. Speculation continues to heighten with a recent Reuters report stoking the rumor mill. Taiwan Semiconductor  has also been named as an additional candidate as Apple continues to wean itself from relying on rival Samsung.

In the video below, Fool.com's Alison Southwick asks contributor Evan Niu: Will a deal ever materialize?

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