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TSMC Preparing To Manufacturer A6X Chip As Apple Looks to Ditch Samsung 172

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the about-that-lawsuit dept.
An anonymous reader writes with reports that TSMC is preparing to do a first test run of Apple's A6X chipset currently manufactured by Samsung. The TSMC manufactured chips will feature a process shrink from 32nm to 28nm, and there's a good chance Apple will grant them the contract for the next generation A7 chip. From SlashGear: "The test will kick off in Q1 2013, The China Times reports, with TSMC producing a new, 28nm version of the existing 32nm A6X that Samsung has been producing for the full-sized iPad 4th-gen; the smaller chip, which will likely be more power efficient as well, will debut in a new iPad 5th-gen and iPad mini 2."
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TSMC Preparing To Manufacturer A6X Chip As Apple Looks to Ditch Samsung

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  • Wow (Score:5, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday January 02, 2013 @11:45AM (#42450517)

    I'm so excited to hear about every minor thing Apple does. They sure are a groundbreaking company! Imagine, switching to a different supplier. What insight! What killer business acumen they must have!

    I've never in my life heard of such a thing. An electronics company sourcing a different supplier for components!


    I heard a rumor that they are stocking their stationary cabinets with scripto pens, and are no longer using Bics. Is this true!?!?!??!?!?!!

  • by PPH (736903) on Wednesday January 02, 2013 @11:47AM (#42450539)

    This could sour the cozy relationship between Apple and Samsung.

What is worth doing is worth the trouble of asking somebody to do.