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11/14/2012 02:01 PM EST
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dghaemi
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dghaemi   11/18/2012 1:49:50 AM
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iS the A6 processor in the new iphone5 or the new discoverd A6X?

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dghaemi   11/18/2012 1:48:38 AM
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Is the A6X is in the iPHONE5 or the new A6X?

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yalanand   11/17/2012 3:08:26 AM
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@chipmonk, thanks for the link. I will definitely visit the site to get more info on construction of 32nm transistor.

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old account Frank Eory   11/16/2012 9:42:50 PM
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Nice work Techinsights!

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chipmonk0   11/16/2012 3:31:58 PM
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for more details including construction of 32 nm transistors I normally go to blogs by ChipWorks.com

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yalanand   11/16/2012 3:20:18 AM
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@Allan, thanks for the post. So did this increase in chip size impact the size of the phone/tablet ? Did they use the same process node which was used in A6?

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