Apple’s first 3nm chips for MacBook Pro expected to go into production this year

Apple's first 3nm chip for MacBook Pro is expected to go into production this year

In the paid viewing content of the report, it reads: “Back-end companies are optimistic about the need for MacBook chips. The chips will be manufactured using TSMC’s 3nm production process. Industry insiders said that the chips will start production later this year.”

However, TSMC is unlikely to make significant gains in chip production starting with overall 3nm until at least the first quarter of 2023.

This information is in line with a report by The Business Times last week that TSMC will start producing 3 product nm chips for Apple by the end of 2022. According to reports, Apple’s first 33nm M2Pro can use the chip Mac and added that the A17Bionic chip in next year’s chip iPhone 15Pro model will also be a 3nm chip.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman predicts that the next generation of the M2Pro will use the 14-inch and 16-inch chips, the MacBook Pro, which will replace the current high-end Macmini based on Intel chips.

Gurman I feel like Apple is planning to announce several new Macs at its October event, but it’s not entirely clear if that includes the new MacBook Pro and Macmini or will Apple wait until 2023 to announce the first Option 3? Mac with nm chips.

Apple M1 series chips and M TSMC 5 are used for all chip nm and improved processes to improve the performance and energy efficiency of the chip connecting Mac and iPhone to 3nm.