Apple A14X chip to hit mass manufacturing in This fall 2020: Report


San Francisco, September 10

Apple’s 5-nanometer based mostly A14X processor, designed for use in Macs and the next-generation iPad Pro, will enter mass manufacturing within the fourth quarter of this yr.

The mass manufacturing of the processor will start at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), one among Apple’s many suppliers. Once manufacturing begins, the month-to-month output is estimated at 5,000 to six,000 wafers (a skinny slice of semiconductor), studies DigiTimes.

Apple introduced at its ‘WWDC’ developer convention in June that its Macs will transition from Intel x86-based CPUs to its self-designed Arm-based Apple Silicon processors over the following two years.

In 2019, TSMC introduced a $25 billion funding within the new 5nm node know-how in a bid to stay the unique provider of Apple’s processors.

The 12-inch MacBook will reportedly use the A14X processor, which is predicated on the 5-nanometer A14 chip that shall be used within the upcoming iPhone 12 fashions.

Additionally, an iMac that includes Apple silicon is anticipated to launch within the second half of 2021. The new machine shall be constructed with higher efficiency and supply energy-efficiency because of the brand new processor. IANS



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