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Next generation Apple iPhone chipsets already in production

BGR India Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Next generation Apple iPhone chipsets already in productionAccording to a new report, Apple has started mass production of its next generation iPhone processor called the A12 chipset. Apple manufacturing partner TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing) had long announced the production of  a 7-nanometer FinFET processor, but it wasn’t confirmed until now that it was in fact working on the new Apple processor. Based […]
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