Apple-Samsung relationship is not over yet: a Nikkei analysis finds Samsung-made A7 inside iPhone 5S.
Apple has been getting its chips "fabbed" by Samsung for years. That hasn't changed with the A7.
The A7 processor in Apple's iPhone 5S is twice as powerful as the A6. An iFixit teardown explains one reason why.
Photography is ever more important in smartphone usage, and a close-up view shows that Sony got the coveted spot supplying the sensor for Apple's new smartphone.
The 5S is the first iPhone to pack quad-core graphics silicon. This gives the 64-bit chip plenty of horsepower for games.
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.
Qualcomm says a statement made by an executive panning Apple's 64-bit A7 chip is "inaccurate."
The A7 is Apple's first "desktop" processor. Sounds like hype until you consider the potential for Apple's future.
Tech site Chipworks has cracked open Redmond's new phone and had a look at what makes the youth-oriented device tick.
A top exec takes a risk by dismissing the new 64-bit A7 too quickly. The chip supplier will likely have a different message if it brings out its own 64-bit design.