Zapp’s Voodoo Chips to become the next iPhone?

An Australian company is in talks to take a shot at the iPhone’s market share and is already working on a new version of its chips.

Chip andamp;amp;am is known as Zapp, and it’s one of the most prominent chip makers in the world.

Chip andamp.amp;um, based in Australia, says it’s already developed chips for the iPhone and other smartphones.

The company has also developed chips to power Samsung’s Galaxy S III and Google’s Android phones.

But it hasn’t been able to sell chips in the US, where the iPhone is the world’s most popular smartphone.

The iPhone’s presence is an advantage, said the company’s founder and CEO, Scott Hirsch. has been trying to expand its business in the United States for a while, said David Wojcik, CEO of ZappTech, a San Francisco-based startup that makes chip andamp.;amp;ams for smartphones.

But it has been slow to sell the chips in big markets like the US because the technology is so new, he said.

Hirsch said Zapp has made a “small but significant contribution” to the iPhone, but he doesn’t think the chipmaker will have a major impact in the iPhone market anytime soon.

“The market for chips for iPhones is really small and it is not going to change much in the next few years, if ever,” Hirsch said.

Chip Andamp.

Am is looking at making chips for phones that run Android or Windows software.

The chips would be manufactured in Australia.

The company has been working with Zapp to develop its chip andam for phones, which would be sold as Zapps.

Hirsch told CBC News that Zapp will provide the chip design for the chips.

But Zapp is already making chips that run iOS software.

The chipmaker is also developing chips for mobile devices that run Google’s operating system, and has plans to start making chips aimed at making phones that use Apple’s operating systems.

The chipmaker’s chips would run Android software, and the company says it plans to sell a number of phones running Apple’s Android software.

ChipAndamp.AM’s chips are also being used by chipmakers like Micron and Altera to develop chips that would power chips for smartphones, but the chips would need to run Apple’s software, said Hirsch, who founded the company in 2014.

He said ZApp is not planning to sell its chips in any markets that don’t already sell iPhones, but that it would be interested in expanding its business.

Hichs also told CBC that the chip company is working with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to make sure it is allowed to sell mobile phone chips in some of the countries it is operating in.NTIA rules require chipmakers to follow the same rules that apply to the cellphone industry.