Apple is currently on the high clouds with the launch of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Another remarkable addition to this is the iPhone Upgrade Program which is predicted to secure the sales of the iPhones and bring in healthy profits. Amongst all this, there has been a claim that the TSMC, a supplier of Apple has taken up the order for A10 chips. These chips will be made from 16 nanometer manufacturing procedure.
The claim has been made by the Chinese Times, located in Taiwan. The claims are also that the production of these A10 chips will start from March 2016 which is quite ahead of the future launch of iPhone 7 in the fourth quarter of 2016. There are certain statements that TSMC is expected to order more parts by the 2nd quarter of the year. It is believed that the A9 chips used in iPhone 6s has been produced in collaboration with TSMC and Samsung. It has also been reported that TSMC with continue the production of A8 chip which is used for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, sixth-gen iPod touch and the brand new Apple TV which is to be launched in the later October this year.