Apple and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company have reportedly reached a deal on next-gen Apple chips, extending all the way to silicon called the A9.
TSMC and its chip-design partner have secured a 3-year deal for Apple's A series chips, according to report on Monday at Digitimes.
"A deal whereby TSMC replaces or supplements Samsung, the incumbent supplier of Apple processors," the report said.
TSMC would be used for Apple's future A8, A9, and A9X chips, Digitimes said.
There is no mention in the article of the expected A7 chip (Apple's latest is the A6/A6X, … Read more