Nope. Neither is a large die and for the most part is the same price. 2600 vs 3600 had about the same retail IIRC.
New 3600 one costs the same as old 1600 , Both process nodes were brand-new on launch
I'm tired of arguing with a wall. Grow some balls, And learn to accept the fact that the 14nm to 7nm will have similar prices to 28 -> 14. Just because the shrink is not s impressive, doesn't mean they aren'tr still cost savings once yields improve.
If we only cared solely about cost/wafer, we would still be stuck at 32nm. Bu as process tech improves costs go down - that's why Nvidia created their largest wafers ever on an EXPENSIVE 14nm process node..
Even 7nm comes down in price. It's a lot cheaper now than when it launched two yer ago. Let Apple eat the majority of the cpst of a new TSMC node, and by nthe time largerchips are using it, they've found ways to optimize it / lower costs.