Everything is on the right track when it comes to producing 3nm processors that TSMC will have to manufacture for Apple in 2022. In this sense, a Digitimes report shows that the company would be planning on its production lines to manufacture these processors for the fourth quarter of next year.
This is certainly important news to be true. The manufacture of these processors could make another important leap in Apple processors and logically they have already begun with the pilot tests for the manufacture of these chips. Initially Everything indicates that Macs, iPads and iPhones will be the first to carry these new processors.
3nm technology brings greater efficiency and power
Of course the current Apple processors that are based on 5nm technology are really powerful and efficient, but this can be improved with this 3nm technology. The point is that current A15, M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max processors are manufactured with this 5nm process so we cannot imagine the efficiency and power that can be obtained from those manufactured with 3nm …
In any case everything points to its actual arrival on Apple devices by the end of 2023 as well indicated in 9To5Mac. This counting that everything is going according to plan and there are no setbacks that can hinder the development and subsequent production of the processors. Let’s hope that the shortage of components, the problem with transportation and other current problems will end with the passage of the months and finally everything goes on these terms.