The American chip giant Broadcom has concluded new deals with tech concern Apple. Until mid-2023, the chip maker will supply components and modules for Apple devices, among other things. The agreements, three in total, will provide approximately 15 billion dollars in revenue for Broadcom in the coming years. Broadcom is an important Apple supplier in the field of wireless connectivity chips that allow iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches to connect to mobile data networks. Broadcom also supplied other components for Apple, including chips for connecting devices to Wi-Fi networks. Broadcom put its wireless chips division on display last year. With the announcement of the Apple deal, the chip maker lets potential buyers know that with a possible takeover they will also enter into a business relationship with Apple.