Next year’s iPhone will use a 4nm chipset, the iPad Pros will get more advanced 3nm chips

The current Apple A14 and M1 chipsets are both fabbed on the same 5nm TSMC node, but the two product lines are set to diverge next year – the iPhone 14 chipset will be manufactured on a 4nm node, while the next major M-series chip release will be based on the more advanced 3 nm node, according to Nikkei Asia.

For context, let’s look at what is coming later this year. The A15 chipset for the iPhone 13 is being manufactured on the revamped N5P node at TSMC, which offers a 5% increase in clock speed or a 10% reduction in power compared to N5. The M1X is also expected to use N5P. Apple will…

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