Apple to Starts Mass Producing M2 Chips This Month

Last week, the latest iPad Pro couple and a new powered Mac were hosted by Apfel in Spring-Loaded. At Apple Worldwide Developers Conference on 7 June now, the company is able to provide bigger MacBook Pro versions with better processors.

Cupertino works together with TSMC to launch mass production of the Apple M2 chipset, according to the latest article from Nikkei Asia (or perhaps it will be called M1X). The company will ship its first equipment in July if that is accurate.

The release indicates that a new N5P method will be used to create the M2. The new M1 chips are built on the N5 method for those who don't know. Compared to the older N7 (7 nm), the new architecture would increase speed by 20 percent and lower power consumption by 40 percent.

Furthermore, additional CPU and GPU cores are expected in the latest chipset. The M1 chip today has 4 big (and 4 small) CPU cores, plus 7 or 8 GPU cores. In the last year, M1 powered computers have regenerated Apple's computing market and Macs with M2 chipsets are expected to further strengthen the company. In 12 months, 23 million Macs have been shipped by the company, up 29.1 percent from the previous year.