Samsung increased investment in mobile chips to resume production of processors from the Series A for US giant Apple in 2018. The company will invest in production lines in 10 nm technology in April and will set up factories for the production of 7 nm chips in 2018, says the Korean edition ETNews.

According to the newspaper 7-nanometer production lines will be created so Samsung again to take part from the orders from the main supplier of Apple TSMC. From the iPhone 6 since the giant TSMC produces almost all mobile chips for Apple.

For iPhone 6S part of the orders were completed from Samsung. This year’s iPhone 8 will use 10 nm A11 chip, which will again be produced entirely from TSMC. The chances Apple to turn to Samsung again, however are small. The two companies are not only major competitors, but the version of the CPU A9 (from 6S) proved to be more easy over heated and consume more battery than that of TSMC.

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Samsung, probably will remain a supplier of displays for Apple. This year Americans will take advantage of OLED screens for the premium version of the iPhone 8.

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