Apple Silicon’s M2 Pro may shift to 3nm process in late 2022

Apple Silicon could shift to a 3-nanometer production process during the M2 generation, a report claims, instead of waiting to introduce the chips as part of M3.Apple’s initial second-generation Apple Silicon chip launch, the M2, is one that uses a similar 5-nanometer process for its construction as the M1 lineup. In a Monday report, it is believed that not all of the M2 range will be made using 5-nanometer techniques.Apple has reportedly booked capacity with chip partner TSMC for its 3nm production lines, according to DigiTimes. While not entirely unexpected of Apple to do so, the report adds that it will be used for Apple’s upcoming M2 Pro chips, as well as its eventual M3 lineup. Read more…
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