a few months in a row in the network there are rumors in the bowels of the company Apple on devices with support for virtual reality, including the new MacBook Pro with graphics AMD Polaris system. Meanwhile, recently in an interview with Tim Cook to various publications I noted on several occasions that, in spite of the interest in the VR and the presence of several interesting applications, augmented reality looks much more promising and interesting.
The puzzle began to take shape after the publication of reports that TSMC company in 2019 plans to release a processor with the highest performance especially for the implementation of a system of augmented reality. Currently, TSMC’s, being a partner of Apple, with rising sales of iPhone 7, feels more than confident – 55% of revenue comes from the sale of Apple processors
In early 2017 TSMC plans to launch a risky but highly promising production of 7-nm processors, all of which are already lined up 20 customers from among tehnogigantov worldwide. Bulk shipments of the chip planned for 2018, after which we can really expect a small revolution in the market of mobile computing and augmented reality technology.