As the largest chip foundry, Taiwan Semi has the size to maintain reliable profitability, where fabless chip makers tend to vacillate between red and black ink. If Apple continues to shift production to Taiwan Semi and away from Samsung, Taiwan Semi will have a massive new customer that can singlehandedly boost its bottom line — provided that the world doesn’t fall out of love with iStuff, that is.
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