Apple has already commissioned TSMC to build the A10 processors for the iPhone 7 -


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Thursday, 30 June 2016

Apple has already commissioned TSMC to build the A10 processors for the iPhone 7

One of the chipmakers Apple, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, would be about to swell its volume of production and profits, as the Cupertino company has recently asked the Taiwanese factory that is responsible for building the A10 processors for 7. TSMC future iPhone with Samsung be responsible for providing the processors of the future generation of smartphones Apple, except that significantly enhance revenue Taiwanese factory in the third quarter due to the request of the Cupertino company.

Just a few months after the release of iPhone 7 and the main suppliers of Apple hands they are put to work to meet delivery periods what looks like a tight schedule. Now with this recent order of the Cupertino company Taiwanese supplier, it is believed that shipments of processors A10 for iPhone 7 will begin soon, besides there would be an improvement in revenue of 20% in the third quarter of this year, for the Taiwanese manufacturer TSMC.

It seems that all is well and that the process of manufacturing, distribution and assembly of the iPhone 7 comply with the dates set as the new smartphone will likely be announced in September this year.

Moreover, the new Apple smartphone would be based largely on the design of the iPhone 6s, beyond that there have been a number of rumors that the iPhone 7 will include a home button to the root of the front of the device and that would not include the analog headphone jack.

IPhone 7 come with a hardware upgrade that would include a larger camera (one double lens exclusively for the Plus model), better storage options, improve speed Wi-Fi, among other features. Major changes would be focused for iPhone 2017

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