TSMC, the world's top semiconductor foundry, announced today that it's five-nanometre technology that benefits from process simplification provided by extreme ultraviolet lithography is now available and in preliminary risk production.
2018's A12 Bionic filed as the world's first seven-nanometer mobile processor, and it still smokes competition! But iPhones due in 2020 may give would-be iPhone killers another pause. According to sources, Apple's tentatively named "A14 Bionic" chip powering 2020 handsets will be fabricated on TSMC's cutting-edge five-nanometer process technology.
Key Apple suppliers—TSMC, the sole supplier of Apple-designed mobile chips, and Foxconn, which assembles iPhones—today reported strong November revenue, but that didn't stop Bloomberg from pushing its narrative that the latest lineup is “falling flat with global consumers” as “iPhone concerns persist”.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has been the sole manufacturer of Apple's in-house designed iPhone and iPad processors since the A10 chip in 2016, and that exclusivity will extend into the next year, according to a new supply chain report.
Apple’s expected to stick with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) as its sole provider of application processors for iPhone and iPad at least for the next two years. The chip maker has been providing products to Apple since at least 2014.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC) said this morning that it would have to delay shipments and warned of reduced revenues because of the impact a recent virus outbreak has had on its factories that churn out iPhone chips.
It's been years since Samsung grabbed any of Apple's processor business. That could begin to change in 2019 as the company makes a play for some of Apple's "A13" chip processor work, according to DigiTimes.
Commercial production has begun on TSMC’s 7nm chip. This is the same chip likely to be found in Apple’s upcoming A12 processor for all three 2018 iPhone models.
Apple and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) are developing a next-generation mobile chip that will make its debut in an upcoming iPad Pro revision next year.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, is in the early stage of development and testing of manufacturing processes in preparation for Apple's next-generation A12 chips for 2018 iPhones.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the sole supplier of Apple's new A11 processor, recently kicked off mass production of the upcoming chip and last week leak aggregator SlashLeaks posted a pair of blurry images claiming to depict the new processor.
While market watchers are still unsure if Apple could manage to ramp up iPhone 8 production in time for a September launch, a report Friday from Taiwan's TechNews, quoted by DigiTimes, alleges that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has now kicked off volume production of the device's in-house designed A11 chip.