IPhone 8: The smartphone chip should be manufactured by Samsung
The iPhone 8 will not finish surprising even before it is released. Apple would have decided to entrust the design of the chip to none other than … Samsung! When the competition gets closer, here’s the result.
They were thought to be angry, but it seems they were reconciled. At least, that’s what the latest rumors come from South Korea want us to believe. The two giants of the smartphone market that are Apple and Samsung have been shooting in the legs for years. This sometimes happens through mocking ads of the firm of Seoul against the apple or by complaints from Apple against Samsung. But it would seem that the hatchet is temporarily buried. According to the Korea Herald, Apple would have entrusted Samsung with the manufacture of the next chip of its iPhone 8 whose new returns leaked recently.
Thus, Samsung would return to business with its main competitor. It should be noted that the South Korean giant was in charge of manufacturing the chip of the smartphone headed until 2013. At that date, the market was lost to the Taiwanese TSMC. The Korea Herald said Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh-hyun would have finalized the deal with Apple while visiting the Cupertino firm in his headquarters last month. Production machines have been ordered for this purpose. In addition, the OLED screen of the iPhone 8 – currently in production test to validate according to @OnLeaks – should also be the work of Samsung. The two companies refreshing their relationships, we are eager to discover the new iPhone 8 now.