The agreement covers the supply of microprocessors for mobile phones that have come out in the second half of 2015.
Apple and Samsung have entered into an agreement under which Samsung will supply Apple microprocessors that are created based on 14-nanometer technology. The agreement covers the period from 2015.
The agreement primarily covers the supply of microchips for mobile phones (presumably for the iPhone 7), which should be released in the second half of 2015.
Earlier in the industry, there is evidence on which Apple has also signed a production contract with Taiwan Semiconductors Manufacturing Company (TSMC) for the production of processors A9, which will be used in future generations of tablets and smartphones Apple.
In the past, Samsung has been the exclusive supplier of chips for Apple and its mobile devices based on iOS. Samsung collects including chips A6 and A6X, used in the current iPhone 5 and iPad 4 Retina.
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