iPhone Chips May Be Made In New York State

Computer chips for the next iPhone will be made at the Samsung Electronics plant in South Korea and the GlobalFoundries factory in Malta, New York.

According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple Inc. picked Samsung and business partner GlobalFoundries over the world’s largest chip manufacturer, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.

“As far as I know it’s a go,” said industry analyst Jim McGregor, founder and president of Tirias Research in Scottsdale, Arizona. “It’s a high stakes, high visibility win.”


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