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Apple will use M2 processor, A16 bionic chip for iPhone 14

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American mobile manufacturing firm Apple is looking for a new venture to partake. Back in October, Apple had released MacBook Pro laptops equipped with M1 Pro and M1 Max processors, and the two-year conversion from the Mac series processors to the Home-brewed Arm-based Apple Silicon processors has been changed to one year, Apple’s M1 Pro and M1 Max processors indicate that the blueprints have revamped to a new structure.

According to The Local Business Time in Taiwan, supply chain professionals unveiled the development of Apple’s unreleased M2 series processors is almost complete, and it will be mass-produced featuring TSMC’S 4nm process; and most importantly, users can see an update notification from Apple Silicon every 18 months soon.

Apple might consider TSMC’s products to be the best, as it uses TSMC’S 5nm process for M1 Pro and M1 Max processors, which is considered to be the most powerful chip that Apple has ever built, future could approach with new inventiveness, both the existing chips use M1X’s 10-core processor architecture. 

Industry News reported that the iPhone maker Apple will adapt to new names for the Mac series of personal computers in 2022, planning to match the M2 series processor classification more precisely, which is why it would take a considerable amount of timeframe to prepare for the unambiguous endproduct.

This would better adapt to the existing three levels of Apple’s Apple Silicon product line: M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max; these aren’t the exact module that Apple is drawing up, perhaps one step ahead of the present or may stay put in the valley. According to industry news reports, Apple’s Mac’s PC product line would be altered to Six series after 2022. Apple’s notebook machines will be split up into MacBook and MacBook Pro equipped with an M2 processor and M2 Pro and M2 Max.

All-in-one products will be separated into iMac equipped with an M2 processor and iMac Pro wrapped with M2 Pro and M2 Max. The powerful desktop platform products include Mac mini fitted with M2 processor, and Mac Pro covered with M2 Pro and M2 Max.

ODM industry analysts signaled that Apple is likely to revamp all Mac series to home-brewed Apple Silicon In 2022, given this Apple’s forthcoming M2 series processor and Mac series product will get Matched impeccably. The tipster hinted that the development process of Apple’s M2 series processors is approaching the end, and it will more likely be released in the Q2 of 2022; meanwhile, M2 Pro and M2 Max are expected to be launched in the first half of 2023.

According to multiple reliable sources in the supply chain, Apple is more possibly looking to launch an M2 processor codenamed Staten in the second half of 2022 and then tackle the new M2X processor architecture code-named Rhodes in the first half of 2023.

As to the most anticipated iPhone 14 that Apple is expected to launch in the second half of 2022, as per reports from Industry sources, Apple is prepping up to launch two A16 bionic processors; both will feature an A6-core processor architecture. Still, they will be contrasted according to the number of GPU cores.

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