Apple and iPhone will undergo major hardware upgrades in 2025


The supplier of Apple’s iPhone and Apple silicon processors has said that it expects to start creating 2nm chips by 2025, which might be a huge advance for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Nikkei Asia says that TSMC, better known as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, expects to begin producing 2nm chips by 2025. According to the data in the report:

After similar announcements were made by Samsung Electronics and Intel, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has stated that it will begin production of ultra-advanced 2 nanometer chips by the year 2025. This has brought fresh attention to the competition to develop cutting-edge semiconductor technologies.

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The 2nm technology is based on “nanosheet transistor architecture,” which the company claims will lead to “substantial gains in performance and power efficiency.” After 3nm, the next major item is 2nm, which is now under development and will be available later this year. You can imagine how much faster Apple’s next-generation iPhones will be when they employ TSMC’s 4nm process instead of TSMC’s 5nm architecture, which is currently used in the iPhone 13.

TSMC is seeking to compete with Intel and Samsung’s solutions for Android and Windows laptops and desktops, as well as for tablets and smartphones. Apple’s iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks all use TSMC chips, as well as the company’s latest silicon chips for its desktop computers. As a result, Apple customers of all kinds should expect to gain.

The M2 Apple silicon chip, which drives a new M2 MacBook Air and M2 MacBook Pro, is Apple’s most recent advancement in semiconductor technology (2022). A 20% performance boost over the previous M1 generation, and early leaked benchmarks reveal that the new MacBook is exactly what Apple has promised.

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