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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about Huawei's new Ark OS, Kirin 985 processors, more delays with the Samsung Galaxy Fold and more.
The Huawei HiSilicon chip division is ramping up its 7nm chip orders with TSMC in order to ensure there are enough components for the P30 series.
The U.S. Huawei ban continues to make shockwaves that affect not only the Chinese company but the supply chain, retailers, and even consumers.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company will be ready to start 5nm mass production next year, moving to 5nm Plus in 2021.
While TSMC's 6nm process risk production is expected to start in 2020, 5nm is already in the works, as 7nm production expected to gain traction.
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TSMC and Samsung will likely be directly competing against each other to secure the most 5G modem chip orders for smartphones.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has announced its new 6nm process production capabilities and explains the advantages.
A recent report suggests that 7nm chip orders placed with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) are ramping up.
Huawei has leased 500 acres of land in Cambridge UK, and it is reportedly planning on building a chip factory and R&D hub.
A recent report citing unnamed industry sources claims that Huawei might be considering entering the smart display market.
A recent report not only talks about how Huawei and HiSilicon are driving serious growth for TSMC, but it also could surpass Apple in chip orders.
The 2020 iPhones are rumored to be powered by a 5nm Apple Bionic chip, according to a recent report. TSMC will manufacture them.
The impact for this quarter looks to be minus $550 million. The hope is that TSMC can make it back up to customers the next quarter.
According to unnamed industry sources, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will soon begin production of the Snapdragon 855 chip.
According to recent rumors from the supply chain, the Apple A13 Bionic chip that will power this year's iPhones will be made exclusively by TSMC.
A temporary shutdown has partially affected chip production at TSMC, and, according to reports, it was due to a substandard chemical.
We have new revenue reports from Foxconn and TSMC that are more promising than what we have seen from other iPhone component suppliers
A report from China talks about TSMC's production capacity for the first half of the year and how Huawei and Qualcomm join Apple in reducing orders.
Reports from Taiwan talk about how Apple's reduced iPhone orders do not affect TSMC, but they do impact other supply chain partners.
A recent report claims that chipmakers are advancing the rollout of their 5G chips by at least one quarter as we get closer to the 5G mobile push.
A recent report citing unnamed industry sources claims that TSMC will be the exclusive manufacturer of Apple's A13 chip in 2019.
Industry sources are claiming that Intel is going to outsource 14nm chip production in order to cope with supply problems.