The next generation chip technology powering all of Apple’s iPhones and iPads is coming soon.
According to a new report from the Financial Times, Apple will release its next generation chips sometime this year.
The chip technology will be called “DecarboxYLation,” and it’s essentially a process where chips are chemically synthesized using a process known as a “system mechanic.”
The process will take about 10 to 20 minutes.
Apple says that the process will not be limited to new iPhones and iPad models, but will be able to be used for all future models.
Apple will also be releasing chips that can be used to power any other device, such as medical devices.
The new chips are expected to be able enable “millions of hours of use” on existing devices.
Apple also said that it plans to release chips that will work on “new and exciting technologies” for the future.
It doesn’t say when or how many chips will be released.
Apple’s chip release is the latest development in the chip revolution that’s sweeping the world.
Chip makers like Qualcomm and Intel have been making chips for years that have become the foundation of smartphones and tablets.
But the new chips have become increasingly complex, and chipmakers have struggled to make them smaller and cheaper.