Taiwanese company TSMC and Apple Taatouselan to an agreement to manufacture segments recent




Taiwanese company TSMC and Apple Taatouselan to an agreement to manufacture segments recent

According to a report published in The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that Apple officially reached the company signed a deal with Taiwanese manufacturer segments of electronic TSMC, and after that the recent proven ability to produce segments meet the demands of Apple in terms of speed and energy consumption.

The newspaper quoted a company executive Taiwanese that Samsung will remain the main supplier of chip electronic over the next year 2014, as the Korean company is working to provide their U.S. counterparts slices of some products, such as mobile iPhone and smart computers iPad tablet, but however seeks Apple for dispensing rival the strongest in the mobile market, Samsung.

It is noteworthy that the talks between Apple and the Taiwanese company was started in 2010, asking for Apple to allow them to invest in TSMC, or to allocate the Taiwanese company factories independent be dedicated to the production of chips to Apple, but the company director Morris Chang, refused both requests because the company you want, as quoted by the newspaper, to maintain the independence and flexibility in manufacturing.

Include the new deal between the two companies that are manufacturing electronic slides with 20 nm technology, which will likely decrease the size of the slides and reduce energy consumption, to the extent provided by the approach fourth generation “Hasul the” processors from Intel.

The Apple In its quest to dispense with Samsung, recently replaced the iPhone screens ones produced by the Korean company LG, which also supplied the American company panel to some iPads computers.

It should be noted that this deal comes at a time reached the competition between Apple and Samsung to most, where The report published by Strategy Analytics end of May / May last year that the smart phones produced by Samsung is the best-selling around the world during the first quarter of the year 2013, bypassing the phones of Apple’s iPhone.
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