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Apple may move to 2nm chips by 2024

According to a new report from Nikkei Asia, Apple’s supplier could switch to making new 2nm chips by 2024. In early 2022, TSMC plans to start building a new plant for this purpose.

So far, Apple is using chips developed on the 5nm process technology. Earlier, insiders have already reported that chips on the 4nm process technology have already been ordered for the new iPhone 13 line or for the new MacBook 2021.

At this rate, the company could move to a 2nm process by 2024. Presumably, the first processors of this technology may be A18 and M1. Although there is no data on the transition or plans for this yet.

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Source: MacRumors

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