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Tomorrow's silicon @ Apple


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In the spring of 2008, Apple set upon a bold enterprise to develop its own processors, which in 2010 resulted in the successful launch of the A4, 32-bit SoC chipset, that was unveiled in the iPad & iPhone 4.

Fast forward to 2013, we shook the semiconductor industry with the release of the A7, the world’s first 64-bit SoC ARM architecture mobile processor for the iPhone 5s.

We have continued the steep climb to incredible new heights, with the 2019 showing of the A13 Bionic (7nm, 64-bit, 8.5 billion transistors, 1 trillion operations per sec) in the iPhone 11 & iPhone 11 Pro. This also includes a multitude of achievements in silicon in GPUs, Wireless ICs…

Now in San Diego & Sunnyvale, we are on the cusp of a silicon wave and seek passionate/dedicated engineers to join our world-class family of silicon innovators, that want to be a disruptor in advanced processor development. If you reside in North America and want to engrave your DNA into its design,
then take the next step and explore today!