Intel has released their first 10 nm 2nd Gen processor into consumer products – the Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor, better known as Ice Lake. Dell and Microsoft have already announced the inclusion of Ice Lake in some of their latest offerings. This is Intel’s first processor built on what they are
Posted: October 31, 2019 Contributing Author: Sinjin Dixon-Warren Silicon carbide (SiC) is a widely used industrial material. Widescale production by the Carborundum Company started in 1893 following the discovery of the Acheson process, which is still being used. SiC is rarely found in nature, for
TechInsights has now officially released a die shot of the new Apple A13, and we can confirm a few assumptions on our side.
One of the most interesting components from the recently released Apple iPhone 11 line of phones is one that Apple has said very little about; the Apple U1 Ultra Wideband (UWB) chip. So far, Apple has said only that the chip enables directional AirDrop functionality, but we expect to find the U1 in
TechInsights publishes its estimation of Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max components. The cameras appear to be the post expensive part at $73.50.
With some TechInsights industry experts, Morahari Reddy and Jianchun Xu, we will analyze the market and focus on different aspects.
At this year's Taipei Computer Show, Intel introduced the 10th generation Core processor, which is the 10nm process Ice Lake processor.
Among memory manufacturers worldwide SK hynix currently holds the 5th position in NAND Flash market share, with 10.3%. They are the latest to release a 9X-layer NAND solution, with the SK hynix 96L 3D PUC NAND. Development of SK hynix’ 96L 3D PUC NAND flash device followed a similar approach to
Posted: September 27, 2019 Contributing Author: Sinjin Dixon-Warren The iPhone 11 Pro Max ships with the Apple 1720 18 W USB-C power delivery charger. This device is rated to delivery 5 V and 3 A or 9 V and 2 A. In follow up to our recent blog concerning various aftermarket AC adapters, we decided
TechInsights publishes a teardown report of the new Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphone with some info on its cameras:
STMicroelectronics and Sony each appear to be supplying four chips for Apple's latest flagship iPhones. Many other historical iPhone suppliers also make appearances in the latest teardowns.
Posted: September 23, 2019 - Updated: October 1, 2019 Contributing Authors: Daniel Yang, Stacy Wegner, Albert Cowsky We are always excited to see a new Apple iPhone, and this year’s iPhone 11 line is no exception. This is the first ever Apple event to launch an iPhone with three rear cameras. There