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.
High costs and uncertain benefits are slowing chipmakers down in transitioning to 7nm technology production of processors.
This year's iPhone devices will be faster than last year's iPhone X and even faster than most of the competition with 7nm A12 chip processors
TSMC has announced that the company was hit by a computer virus, generating delays in production and shipping, as well as a possible 3% Q3 revenue loss.
The largest contract semiconductors company in the world lost out on cryptocurrency mining chips and will rely on selling iPhone chips to make up for it.
Qualcomm may still be the primary supplier of modems for the iPhone, but the second fiddle position is quite important and is in contention for 2019.
Qualcomm has been a longtime partner with TSMC, but has gone with Samsung as of late. Progress on a new fabrication turned it around.
The 7nm-based Apple A12 processor expected to power those three next-gen iPhones in the fall has reportedly entered mass production at TSMC. Meanwhile, Samsung is getting close to manufacturing its own 7nm chip for 2019 flagship Androids.
Taiwanese supply chain sources are expecting a strong gust of business from the mainland phones maker as it is set to get an IPO on.
The world's biggest contract chipmaker is apparently facing some tough goings with its biggest client. Most high street analysts say its Apple.
Apple may have bigger and bolder plans than previously anticipated for its in-house microLED screen technology, now rumored to make a commercial debut by the end of 2019.
Qualcomm's next-gen flagship smartphone SoC is apparently called Snapdragon 855 Fusion rather than just Snapdragon 855, integrating the Snapdragon X50 5G modem.
Consumers are expected to choose less expensive smartphones for purchase in the coming year as cryptocurrency mining activity continues its rise. TSMC, a chipmaker, is in the middle of it all.
The Apple A12 processor expected to power all three 2018 iPhone X sequels might be built entirely by TSMC after all, with Samsung reportedly out of contention.
Samsung, the makers of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, 835, 821 and 820 processors, could lose the Snapdragon 855 production contract to bitter rivals TSMC.