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Apple Watch released, Powered by a Samsung-made S1 processor Chip

10 March, 2015 Apple

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Apple announced that its first shiny new wearable device "Apple Watch" will be Available next month (April 24th) Starting from $349 up to $17,000. The device will be powered by "Apple S1" SiP (system-in-package), which is a smaller-sized variation of the SoCs (system-on-chip) that grace the insides of nowadays smartphones and tablets.

 

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Who manufactured the S1 chip that powers Apple's first Watch, its greatest enemy, Samsung. Yes, Apple Watch is Powered by the Samsung-made S1 chip. The Korean giant has also made the A8 chip that's powering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

 

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DiGiTimes reports that Samsung has been allegedly employed to provide between 3,000 and 4,000 12-inch silicon wafers for the Apple S1 SiP each month, based on Samsung's 28nm manufacturing process.

 

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