A11 chip

Is This the A11 SoC Apple Will Use to Power its OLED ‘iPhone 8’?

A couple of photos purportedly showing Apple’s A11 SoC, which is expected to power the upcoming OLED 'iPhone 8', as well as the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus models, have just hit the web (via SlashLeaks), further confirming that the new iPhones have reached their final phase of manufacturing and assembly process.  Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company...

TSMC to Ramp Up A11 Chip Production; 50 Million Units By July

Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones in 2017 and they are all to be powered by the company’s next generation SoC, the A11 chip. Even though these new iPhones are not expected till later this year, the various components that go into manufacturing these devices are already being produced by Apple’s partner OEMs....

TSMC Allegedly Wins Exclusive A11 Chip Orders

Samsung is allegedly losing ground to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company in terms of chip orders: TSMC has allegedly secured not only A10 chip orders powering this year's iPhone 7, but also the A11, according to the Chinese Economic Daily (via Digitimes). TSMC is already the exclusive manufacturer of Apple's A10 chip which will power the...