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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Kendo, Sep 22, 2015.
It remains to be seen as far as the part about the woman. Folks were dismissing that Tweet. Who gets an iPhone that early?
We have Samsung to thank for this. No, really.
TSMC couldn't make 14nm chips, so Apple switched over to Samsung's foundries.
And the rest is history.
Maybe that additional 1Gb of RAM also helped.
Apple’s A8 SoC analyzed: The iPhone 6 chip is a 2-billion-transistor 20nm monster
September 10, 2014
No, it's accurate. Official reviews are out and the 6S plus scores over 2500 single core.
It's not too hard to get units if Apple provides them to selected individuals for testing and reviews.
TSMC has 16nm FF that is supposed to be handling some of the A9 orders as well. As for the 14nm vs 16nm naming, they are just names. In actuality, the performance is probably pretty close.