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Apple’s First GaN Charger


It has been heavily rumored and anticipated for a few years now, but we have finally seen Apple make the switch to using gallium nitride (GaN) as the power transistor in one of their charging products: the 140 W charger for the new 16-inch MacBook Pro. As has been the case with many innovations in the past, Apple may not be the first, but when they do adopt a technology people take notice! A... » read more

A Look Inside The Apple iPhone 13 Pro


By Stacy Wegner, Daniel Yang, and Ziad Shukry We received the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro in our labs and identification and early costing analysis are available below. The phone models we are discussing today are the Apple iPhone 13 Pro, model A2636, 256GB and the Apple iPhone 13, model A2631 256GB. Apple iPhone 13 Pro cost analysis We have completed the QTT cost analysis and estimate ... » read more

Will The Fitbit Charge 5 Outshine The Fitbit Luxe?


We don’t know, and we do not comment on whether one device is better than its previous generation. What we do is look at and compare generations of devices. And while we wait for our pre-order of our Fitbit Charge 5 to arrive, we will take a look at what Fitbit Luxe has inside of it. Fig. 1: Fitbit Luxe. Fig. 2: Fitbit Inspire 2. The Luxe has other changes from the Inspire 2, inc... » read more

Micron B47R 3D CTF CuA NAND Die, World’s First 176L (195T)


Micron’s 176L 3D NAND is the world’s first 176L 3D NAND Flash memory. TechInsights just found the 512Gb 176L die (B47R die markings) and quickly viewed its process, structure, and die design. Micron 176L 3D NAND is one of the most groundbreaking technologies to date, and it is especially for the storage application such as data center, 5G, AI, cloud, intelligent edge, and mobile devices. Mi... » read more

Micron D1α, The Most Advanced Node Yet On DRAM


Finally, we got to see D1α DRAM generation! It’s 14nm! After a quick viewing of the Micron D1α die (die markings: Z41C) and its cell design, we have determined its actual technology node (design rule), in contrast to the claims of market literature. It is the most advanced technology node ever on DRAM, and it is the first sub-15nm cell integrated DRAM product. The Micron Z41C die removed... » read more