Tags » TSMC

Apple's deadly attack on Samsung

”Previously in the ‘which manufacturer will Apple spend a lot of money with to supply chips for the new iPhone’ saga, Tim Cook decided to turn to TSMC for the fabrication of the A10 system-on-chip which is expected to lie at the heart of the iPhone 7 family,” Ewan Spence writes for Forbes. 1,067 more words


Post-Brexit, predators go hunting British corporate prey

”Japan’s SoftBank has pledged to double ARM’s UK workforce and could emerge as a good owner of the company, but that won’t be true of all the predators hunting British corporate prey,” James Moore reports for The Independent. 218 more words


Samsung won't be producing any chips for the iPhone 8

A new report from the Economic Daily News (via Digitimes) relays that Apple has tapped Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to be the exclusive supplier of A11 chips for the company’s 2017 iPhone, a device that might very well be… 398 more words


ARM says did not consult with Apple, other customers before Softbank deal

”Britain’s ARM said it did not consult its partners such as Apple, Samsung and Qualcomm, that use its technology in billions of chips before agreeing a $32 billion takeover from Japan’s Softbank,” Paul Sandle reports for The Associated Press. 141 more words


Apple hurts Samsung with exclusive choice of TSMC to stamp A-series chips

”According to Economic Daily News (via DIGITIMES), Apple has chosen Taiwan-based contract chip manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to produce its next-generation iPhone applications processor dubbed the A11,” Ashraf Eassa reports for The Motley Fool. 218 more words


TSMC reportedly nabs exclusive orders for Apple's A10 and A11 chips

”Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has obtained all of Apple’s A11 chip orders, according to a recent Chinese-language Economic Daily News report,” Jessie Shen reports for DigiTimes. 127 more words


TSMC outlook tops estimates as Apple's Phone 7 helps chipmaker defy slowdown

”Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. forecast better-than-anticipated sales as Apple Inc. prepares to trot out its latest iPhone, helping the chipmaker defy the mobile industry’s worst-ever downturn,” David Ramli reports for Bloomberg. 167 more words