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Texas Instruments is supplying a power-management chip. Shares gained 43 cents, or 1.1 percent, to $38.06.

German chip maker Infineon Technologies, which makes parts that handle cellular communications for the IPhone, saw its American Depositary Shares rise 50 cents, or 3 percent, to $17.03.

But it wasn’t just the heavyweights who benefited.

Skyworks Solutions Inc. was revealed as the supplier of a power amplifier used in the IPhone. Shares of the Woburn, Mass., company jumped 26 cents, or 3.5 percent, to $7.61.

Shares of Linear Technology Corp. rose 50 cents, or 1.4 percent, to $36.68 after the Milpitas, Calif., company was identified as the maker of the IPhone’s battery-charger chip.

Another company profiting from the IPhone is Cambridge Silicon Radio Ltd. of Britain. Researchers said the company is responsible for making chips that allow Bluetooth wireless connectivity for the IPhone.

But the IPhone halo didn’t touch everyone yesterday.

Apple, for one, fell 78 cents, or less than a percentage point, to $121.26.

Marvell Technology Group Ltd., the Santa Clara, Calif.-based provider of chips that allow the IPhone to connect over Wi-Fi networks, dropped 13 cents, or less than a percentage point, to $18.08. And Santa Clara’s National Semiconductor Corp., which is apparently making a display chip for the IPhone, fell a penny to $28.26.