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Taiwanese manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) has reserved orders on the first 5-nanometer system on a chip from Apple. This was reported by the resource DigiTimes, citing industry sources.
According to the source, a new SoC designed for the iPhone, scheduled for release in 2020. Earlier it was expected that TSMC will go into production according to the norms of 5 nm in the first half of 2019, and mass production is 5-nm production will start in the second half of 2019. As reported now, mass production in the hard ultraviolet range (EUV) at rates of 5 nm will begin in 2020.
For the last three years, TSMC remains the exclusive provider of branded Apple SoC, starting with 16-nm Fusion A10 in the iPhone 7/7 Plus, and then 10-nm A11 Bionic to iPhone and iPhone Plus 8/8 X 7-nm A12 Bionic to iPhone XR/XS/XS Max. This year it is expected A13 7-nanometer technology, but it will be the first with the technology of lithography in the hard ultraviolet range.
End users can expect from this transition is significantly raised productivity and reduced energy consumption.
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