Nikkei: Apple is starting mass production of the M2 chips this month using TSMC’s N5P process

Last week at the Spring Loaded event Apple expanded its portfolio of M1-powered devices with the new iPad Pros and the new iMacs. The next major event is WWDC, which starts on June 7, and is expected to bring larger MacBook Pro models (14″ and 16″). More important than their size will be their brains.

Nikkei reports that Apple and TSMC will start mass production of the Apple M2 chipset (or perhaps it will be called M1X). This means that the first devices could ship as early as July – about a month after WWDC.

Interestingly, the publication reports that the M2 will be fabbed using the…

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