Tuesday, August 23, 2011

The A6 Apple would be a quad core Cortex A9

The next Apple processor, which is now nicknamed the A6 and A5 succeed found in the iPad 2, integrating four cores Cortex A9 engraved in 28 nm, according to Linley Gwennap, an analyst for The Linley Group, whose remarks were reported by PC World. The expert confirmed that TSMC be responsible for making chips that will be produced that next year, which would put the release of the upcoming Apple tablet intended to include the A6 around June 2012.

The idea of a processor in TSMC etched by 28 nm is quite plausible. The founder of the Taiwanese speak fine engraving since 2008. The firm, however, lagged behind its original schedule and instead of 2010, the first chips are expected to arrive in late 2011.

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