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Qualcomm starts making iPhone LTE radios soon, will need lots of 28-nanometer silicon

0. phoneArena 15 Jun 2012, 08:22 posted on

One of the features expected to finally arrive on the iPhone with the smartphone's next iteration is LTE connectivity. According to DigiTimes, production of the needed radios is to begin in the very near future. Qualcomm is the manufacturer burdened with the task, the source clarifies. The LTE radios will be made at the TSMC factory using 28-nanometer process, and about 10,000 12-inch wafers will be required...

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