But it wasn't illegals he disallowed in to the country, but also people that were legally allowed in to the USA. An example, those with green cards.
Apple did own 45% of ARM Holdings at one time, then 14.5%, which they then sold off to Softbank. Apple still own the rights and a lot of ARM patents.
Well, Apple didn't invent, Acorn did. ARM was at the time Acorn RISC Machines. Apple did however co-develop the ARM processor with Acorn in the 1990's, and had huge shares in ARM Ltd that they created with Acorn and VLSI. Desktop ARM processors in the early to late 90's performed quicker than 386, 486 and Pentium 1 processors, then Acorn went bump.
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