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Old 15th October 2012, 08:55   #1
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Default Apple may partner with TSMC for future quad-core chips

Apple has been relying on various South Korean firms to supply it with panels for the iPads, but recent reports from various sources are suggesting that Apple will shift its panel productions to non-Korean firms. Thatís yesterdayís news, so todayís tidbit regarding Apple suggests that Apple may shift to TSMCís 20nm process for future chips instead of continuing to rely on Samsung.

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