Apple’s M3 chips on track for 2023 as next-gen 3nm process begins

  • 5 December 2021
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While we’re all waiting for the first M2 Macs to arrive sometime in 2022, Apple is already planning the third generation of its chips, which could bring a massive performance leap over the current generation. 

After some setbacks, DigiTimes (via MacRumors) reports that TSMC has begun pilot production of chips built on a 3nm process, which will likely form the foundation of the M3 and A17 chips. It was previously reported that TSMC’s 3nm roadmap was delayed due to the complexity of the process, likely meaning Apple’s next iPhone chip will be based on an enhanced 5nm processor akin to the A15.

 

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