Jim Cramer says that if you're going to buy just one tech stock, make it components maker Broadcom (AVGO) -- a key supplier to the latest iPhones from Apple (AAPL) .

"I like this stock," Cramer said in an exclusive conference call with members of his Action Alerts PLUS club for investors. "I think a lot of people were really petrified that Apple's [new iPhones] are not going to have good sales. They're looking at Apple stock" -- which initially pulled back this past week following the iPhone 8 and iPhone X's release -- " and saying: 'Wow, I guess it's not going to sell well. I think that's quite wrong."

Broadcom has long supplied RF power amplifier modules, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo chips and GPS chips for iPhones. During a recent earnings call, the company signaled that the iPhone 8 -- which Apple released this week -- would provide AVGO with a 40% dollar-based content increase relative to the iPhone 7.

Take a look at what Jim Cramer has to say about Broadcom.

TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa contributed to this report.

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Action Alerts PLUS, which Cramer co-manages as a charitable trust, is long Apple and Broadcom.

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