Apple’s new Mac will use the first batch of 4nm chips produced by TSMC.
One Digitimes Sources said that Apple will become one of the first device manufacturers on the market to use 4nm chips. In fact, Apple has retained part of TSMC’s manufacturing capacity for the first batch of 4nm chips. However, what surprised us is that these chips will not be deployed in the new iPhone, but in the next MacBook and iMac.
Although the A15 chip of the new iPhone will be based on TSMC’s 5nm Plus technology, I have already introduced the 5nm Apple M1 to the Mac world. Testers continue to praise the chip, which has been growing rapidly in terms of power-to-power performance, and then set a higher standard for the performance of future Apple processors. And Apple has repeatedly pointed out that its solution is scalable, so it does surprise the market.
YouTuber is working on iCave Dave. He knows that Apple’s future M1Z chip will have 20-core CPU and 32-core iGPU, which can even surpass AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X. With its 128-core GPU, Apple M1P is even comparable to GeForce RTX 3080. In principle, newer Apple processors may be available in the second half of the year.