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Apple plans to give up chips Samsung A6X
Apple plans to give up chips Samsung
Over the past few days there hints that Apple is going to attract a large semiconductor companies to make their own chips in the U.S.. New York, California, Texas and Oregon have become homes for new productions Apple, which will allow the company to lose dependence on Samsung.
They say that the mysterious producer Azalea is actually Taiwan’s TSMC, producing chips, which, incidentally, is planning to build a plant in New York or Oregon. Everything points to the fact that this production will be affiliated with Apple.
Samsung is now producing all series processors A, which Apple uses in iOS-devices. The deal with TSMC Apple will lose uneasy relationship with its competitor in the smartphone market.
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