Apple will pay about $234 for the parts used in every iPhone 6S, according to estimates from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The biggest part of that cost is $127 for semiconductor pieces, including $36 for the various cellular radios, $25 for the new 64-bit A9 processor, $22 for various sensors (fingerprint, NFC, and so on), and $20 for 64GB of flash memory. Other core components like the screen, camera, and battery will add up to $73, and the other stuff (like the case) will add another $33. The older models are cheaper for Apple to make, as the cost of their components has come down over time.
Blackberry is expanding their mobile phone security to non-Blackberry devices via their acquisition of Good Technology.
Their software and service security operations are expanding faster than ever which is prominently highlighted via their acquisition of AtHoc.
Blackberry are keen to capitalize on the forthcoming Internet of Things security nightmare.
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