Samsung to make A9 Chips for Apple iPhone 6S ?

According to a fresh report of Korea Times Apple is in contact with Samsung in order to gain A9 chips for its next generation iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, as currently the flash storage is given by Toshiba, SK Hynix and SanDisk. There are other reports which claim that Apple will increase the capacity of internal storage of its next generation iPhone 6S and 6S Plus up to 16 GB, till 128 GB. By listening these reports, the iPhone users are in great joy because Apple has fixed such a limit of internal storage in its previous versions of iPhone which was not enough.

Currently, Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are available with capacity of internal storage which as designed individually by 16 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB. But suggestion is seen in the report of the day that Apple should cross the limit of 128 GB now, but should improve the capacity of internal storage of its previous versions. Apple customers say that the most important improvement is in the increment of its fixed capacity of internal memory of iPhone.

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For this purpose, Apple is again in contact with Samsung for A9 chip which is the primary source of capacity of internal storage. In past Apple had contacted Samsung for the chip but the pricing of Samsung created the causes of cancellation of the deal. Apple has minimized the dependency of getting chips from Samsung at a great extent which is producing it majority A-Series chips by Taiwan’s Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.

As reports are also wondering that Apple has begun the production of its next generation iPhone 6S, and will increase its rate of production very soon. Phil Schiller, who belong to the Marketing Specific Vocational Preparation Unit of Apple, said that the company has solutions for the 16 GB internal storage iPhone and further said that users should not worry about any sort of further development in previous versions.

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