Next generati Apple A12 chips go into mass producti for 2018 iPhones

A partner of Taiwan Semicductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) began serial producti of next-generati processors for the next iPhones

These processors are likely to be the A12 chips from Apple to be announced . They use TSMC's new 7-nanometer design, which will allow faster and more efficient chips in a smaller footprint, people familiar with the Bloomberg case Tuesday.

Today's Apple devices use 10-nanometer chips. The 7-nanometer processors will have 40% power and "ze advantage" over the last generati.

The Taiwanese behemoth announced its 7-nanometer processor design in April, but did not specify any particular partner. Currently, TSMC – which is the largest ctracted chip maker in the world – would be the ly chip vendor for Apple's 2018 range of iPhones. He was also the ly chip vendor for the iPhones stable from last year.

Apple is expected to debut at least three new iPhones this fall: a direct successor to the iPhone X; a larger iPhone X Plus with a 6.5-inch OLED; and a less expensive 6.1-inch iPhone with an LCD screen. The three iPhones are expected to pack the new A12 processors, as well as TrueDepth, Face ID cameras, and an edge-to-edge display design.

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When they hit the market Future iPhones will be amg the first csumer devices to use 7-nanometer chip technology

but from other companies will probably follow. Samsung, e of the main rivals of Apple, is also developing …

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