A7 processor manufacturer Samsung has




A7 processor manufacturer Samsung has


A new iPhone 5s with a powerful dual-core 64-bit CPU, A7 , thanks to which the performance of the smartphone has almost doubled compared to its predecessor. Pending the receipt of new items on sale was not known who was the producer of this chip, but the service center famous specialists iFixit have shed light on this mystery.

According to them, this time, Apple has decided not to break the tradition and has retained a contract for the production of processors with the South Korean giant Samsung. Despite the fact that these two corporations adversaries open market for several years, they somehow manage to remain partners. A6 chips in Cupertino also supplied Samsung.

It was reported earlier that the manufacturer of processors for the new iPhone will be the Taiwanese company TSMC , because Apple wants to become fully independent from its main competitor. At the time, analysts have questioned the production capacity of TSMC: its customers are AMD, NVIDIA, Broadcom and other technology giants, so that the production of chips A7 she could simply not cope.

According to experts from Chipworks, a dual-core chip in the iPhone 5s in no way inferior to its competitors quad set in the modern smartphone platform Android. In addition, the A7 is used for the production of 28-nanometer process technology – the same used in the Galaxy S4 processor from Samsung.

Experts note that the motion co-processor in the new iPhone M7 released Dutch semiconductor manufacturer NXP, and the camera iSight – by Sony, submitting in early September detachable lenses for the iPhone and smart phones with the Android operating system on board.

In the recent 2007 Steve Jobs wanted to processors for the very first iPhone made only in factories Samsung, because I thought the Koreans the best in this business. However, after the company announced one another patent war around the world , the relationship between them quite sour.

If Apple and conducted some negotiations with TSMC, they seem so useless and failed


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