Apple is currently using Samsung manufactured Cortex-A8 processor for the iPhone 3GS. Even the original (iPhone 2G) and iPhone 3G were using a Samsung 32-bit RISC ARM processor. But a Korean newspaper reported that this may not be the case for the upcoming iPhone, better known as the iPhone HD. It seems Cupertino may be using its own variation of the new A4 processor for the new device. And this is certainly a bad news for Samsung.
Apple loses iPhone prototype; device gets found, dismantled and identified to be the future iPhone HD
Ok, this may be all rumors, but we are hearing quite a bit of noise about the next version of iPhone. Apple will launch the new iPhone this summer and is also coming up with a CDMA edition for Verizon Wireless (to be launched later). It is also very likely that the new version will have HD support and may be called the iPhone HD or at least something similar.