Apple gets its A6 chip tech into the iPad in a hurry. So, what's the rush already?
The company is reportedly looking to initiate trial production at TSMC this quarter for the A6X processor found in the fourth-gen iPad.
The iPad mini is real, at long last. Here's everything you need to know.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and Apple have reached a three-year chip deal, according to an Asia-based report.
The company says it's inking deals to build mobile processors for Chinese companies to fill a void soon to be left by Apple.
Chip analysts say the fourth-generation iPad is far from being an incremental upgrade, thanks to a brand-new graphics engine that's a serious step up in horsepower.
The latest iPad adds several tweaks and improvements to secure its position at the top of the tablet heap. It's better all around, but third-gen owners need not apply.
A deeper look at iOS 7 code reveals that at least some Samsung components may be used for Apple's new A7 processor, sources tell 9to5Mac.
Samsung is looking to boost its chip business for low-cost phones as Apple switches to other manufacturers for its processors.
Retired from production last fall, the iPad 4 could make an encore appearance as early as Tuesday.