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Samsung/Globalfoundries team reportedly lands 14nm orders from Qualcomm, Apple - comments from readers
Josephine Lien, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 1 July 2014]
  • Posted on Jul 2, 13:40

    Intel is not going to get Apple's business. Intel has yield issues with its 14nm.
  • Posted on Jul 1, 21:35

    Is it just me, or do you also think Apple is risking a lot by having Samsung fab their chips? I mean, they have all the Apple technology right in front of them! They don't have to steal it; Apple's giving it to them!
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