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The iPhone 15 could be the phone we expected the iPhone 14 to be

1 month ago   |   By TechRadar

We're certainly excited to see what Apple has in store with the iPhone 14 - a launch event is expected early in September - but a couple of reports suggest that the iPhone 15 will include tech upgrades originally slated for this year's line-up. First up is news from the supply chain that Apple partner TSMC will begin manufacturing 3nm chips before the end of the year - including the A17 Bionic processor that we're expecting to see powering at least some of the iPhone 15 models. That 3nm means 3 nanometers, and since the iPhone 12, Apple has used 5nm chips in its handsets. Fewer nanometers...
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Apple to reportedly use TSMC's 3nm chips in future iPhones and MacBooks

Apple to reportedly use TSMC's 3nm chips in future iPhones and MacBooks

1 month ago   |   By MobileSyrup

TSMC ( Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company ) will reportedly begin producing 3nm chips for Apple by the end of the year, as reported by Taiwan's Commercial Times , Via MacRumors. Mass production for the chips is set to begin in September. The same was corroborated by Digitimes back in June.
TSMC's 3nm process node could first be used in the Cupertino-based company's M2 Pro Macs and would be available in the second half of the year, according to the report.
The report also suggests that Apple's A17 Bionic chip for 2023's iPhone 15 lineup and the M3 chip, which might be used in future...
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