A week ago, Apple announced two devices on the M1 chip: iMac and iPad Pro. Now it became known that the company has begun work on the second generation – a potential Apple M1X or M2.

The Nikkei Asian Review, citing its own informed sources, said TSMC had already begun production of new SoCs for the Apple Corporation. The solution will be based on the technology of advanced 5-nm process technology, called N5P.

Apple is expected to receive the new chips in July 2021. This means that the production of a new MacBook based on it can begin at about the same time.

Earlier, rumors surfaced on the Internet that Apple would introduce the brand new MacBook Pro 14 ″ and 16 ″ in the fall. Experts have predicted that the device will return the traditional USB connectors and the MagSafe port for charging.

Related Posts

iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have problems while charging

The new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have been found to have serious battery issues. The fact is that they periodically reboot when users put their…

Google recommends updating your Chrome browser

At the end of last week, an urgent update of the Google Chrome browser was released, designed to eliminate a zero-day vulnerability – this is the class…

iPhone 14 Pro was shown in photos and videos

The presentation of the iPhone 14 Pro will take place, most likely, on September 7. Meanwhile, more and more information about the gadget dreamed of by many…

Lenovo Legion Y70 is officially presented

The Lenovo company officially presented its first smartphone on the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 platform – it was the new gaming Lenovo Legion Y70….

The new low-cost iPad has been put into mass production

ITsider previously reported that the new iPad Pro 2022 with a notch will be equipped with the Apple M2 chipset. And today it became known that Apple…

Vivo Y35 is officially presented

The company Vivo without loud announcements presented a new affordable smartphone Vivo Y35. The model received 44W FlashCharge fast charging (most similar solutions, it should be noted,…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *