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  • Apple May Ditch Samsung For Next iPhone Chip

    Apple May Ditch Samsung For Next iPhone Chip

    Apple and Samsung have been asymmetric competitors for years, fighting to grab smartphone market share and partnering when it comes to chips. According to a recent report from The Electronic Times, TSMC (the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) will be the only company manufacturing the A10 for the next iPhone. Samsung won’t be working with Apple for the next iPhone. Read More

  • Apple May Have Tapped Taiwan’s TSMC For A6X Processor Production

    Apple May Have Tapped Taiwan’s TSMC For A6X Processor Production

    Apple is looking to shift production of its mobile device processors to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company sooner rather than later, according to Taiwan-based newspaper The Commercial Times (via AppAdvice). A new report from the publication claims that Apple will have TSMC, the world’s largest chip foundry, begin production of the A6X (found in the 4th generation iPad) as early… Read More

  • TSMC Beginning Production Of Apple’s New A6 Processor

    TSMC Beginning Production Of Apple’s New A6 Processor

    We reported a few weeks ago that Apple was potentially looking at TSMC (otherwise known as the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) to start work on their next-generation A6 processor. Apple seems to have made up their mind in the interim, as the partnership was confirmed on Friday by the Chinese Economic News Service. Read More