So, people keep saying how it's impossible for Apple to even use an A15 based processor in their next iPhone, but I was thinking... What if they have secretely been developing it over the past year or so? The next iPhone will more than likely have a 32nm Cortex A9 based chip, but is it really "impossible" as some claim, for Apple to somehow have developed their own A15 chip with the help of a chipmaker that they might've partnered with? Think about it... Apple has stated many times publicly that they have over $100 BILLION and don't know what to do with it. It's only reasonable that they'd want this iPhone (the last one that Steve Jobs worked on and had the most say in how it was made) to be the greatest iPhone they've ever built. They easily could've spent maybe $1-3 billion on R&D on their own A15 chip after the iPhone 4S's release and have it ready in time for their next iPhone and kept it secretive by only letting a select few trustworthy executives/employees know about the project. Although many think this may be impossible, don't forget that everyone though a device like the iPhone was impossible back in 2007, but look how that turned out. Does anyone think this could be a possibility? I think this could be a great discussion, and yes I realize there are other threads with similar topics, but I think I've brought up some good points that could be discussed on both sides. So, with that... Discuss!