a An apple Already working in partnership with TSMC To develop the Apple M3 processor line, which will be developed in a 3 nanometer (nm) lithography process, smaller and more efficient than the current 5 nanometer Apple M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max.
According to sources, she told NumbersTSMC is already preparing for the initial production phase of its 3-nm chips. Production will begin in the last quarter of 2022, with deliveries in the first quarter of 2023 to customers such as Apple and Intel Corporation.
We still do not know what improvements will be prepared for Apple for the third generation of its processors, but we expect huge developments.
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A year after the already surprising launch of the M1, we arrived at the duo of M1 Pro and M1 Max as versions with very high graphics power, top-level performance and massive power consumption.
In early 2022, Apple is expected to present the world with new M2 processors, which are expected to debut. Next to the new redesigned MacBook Air and thinner.
More powerful versions of the M2 could appear as early as 2022, either the M2 Pro and M2 Max, or perhaps Apple will keep the M2 designation for next year, with new models already sticking to 3nm lithography.
More information about Apple’s processors for the next few years is yet to come out in the coming months, and more and more news about the M2 is expected soon as it is near its launch.
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