Apple mass-produced M2 ARM chip for new MacBook Pros

According to a source from the Taiwanese edition of Nikkei Asia, Apple this month mass production of the new branded ARM processor.

We are talking about the M2 chipset. As the name suggests, it will be the successor to the 5nm SoC M1 found in MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac, and iPad Pro. The novelty will be produced at TSMC factories for three months and, if everything goes according to plan, the first chip deliveries will begin in the middle of summer.

According to the leaks, 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models will receive the first M2 processor. By the way, the blueprints of one of them were recently stolen by Russian hackers. New items should be presented in the second half of this year. The SoC M2 is also credited with the 27-inch iMac. When it comes out, there is no information yet.

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