Apple’s new chips for its upcoming smartphones will be available in June.
But in some ways, the chips could be even more interesting than what’s in the upcoming iPhones, because of the chips’ new design.
Chip maker TI has introduced the first real new-generation chip for the iPhone since 2007, and in many ways it looks almost identical to the first iPhone.
That first iPhone, in fact, had a unique design that was a combination of a metal housing and a glass front, and was designed to have a high-resolution display.
The second iPhone, which had a lower resolution display, had an even lower-resolution screen.
That design has been replicated in the new iPhone, and it’s not surprising that a new design with a high resolution screen would be a popular design for the new phone.
Chipmaker TSMC unveiled a new version of its new chip, which is about 10 percent larger and 10 percent smaller than the first one.
The new chip is called “TSTL,” and it was unveiled on June 6, 2019.
The TSTL is the first new chip in the company’s iPhone line for a long time, and the first to be unveiled by TSMC.
The TSTG, or Thin-Film Transistor Lithography, technology used in the chip is also used in Intel’s next generation Core-based processors.
Intel is also using TSMC’s chips in the chips that will power the new iPad, and Apple’s latest iPhones have used the TST chip.
Apple is also releasing a new iPhone 8, with a slightly different design than the iPhone 8 Plus.
The iPhone 8 is made up of the same high-end parts as the iPhone 7, and they’re called “iPad Pros,” which is Apple’s branding for the iPad Pros, which will be the company s most affordable and powerful tablet ever.
The iPad Pros will be sold at $199, $349, $399, and $499.
There’s also a $99 iPad Pro, which was released last week.