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  • wrightwhoe wrightwhoe Oct 6, 2013 6:00 PM Flag

    How much damage will Intel sustain from flooded markets ??

    Stay tuned. Low margins, the reason they skipped it in the first place.

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    • Less damage than Intel competitors will feel. Intel regularly does the step drop in pricing. It usually follows the cost reduction they see when migrating to a new process. What is different this time? Not much.

      Apple's first phone product 2005 did not impress anyone. Not everyone was sure that their 2nd one in 2007 would be any more successful.

      Intel process release dates. Looking at the increased cadence of the releases, it is not a surprise that Intel would have a lead.
      1 µm — 1985
      800 nm — 1989
      600 nm — 1994
      350 nm — 1995
      250 nm — 1997
      180 nm — 1999
      130 nm — 2002
      90 nm — 2004 September 7, 2005 - First Apple phone release with Motorola called the ROKR
      65 nm — 2006 June 29, 2007 - First iPhone release
      45 nm — 2008
      32 nm — 2010
      22 nm — 2012
      14 nm — 2013

 
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