Apple M2 Chip for future MacBook pro entered mass production

Apple’s next-generation M2 processor mass production has begun this month. Today a new report by Nikkei Asia claims, that the new generation Apple M2 Chip shipping will begin in July. This will be the first to use in the future Apple MacBook.

After the complete success of Apple M1 chips, which was introduced late last year in MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. Now the company is heading towards its new 5NMP chipset. Apple M2 Chip is being manufactured by TSMC and will take up to three months to produce.

Besides this, Apple introduced the redesigned iMac, M1 iPad, and AirTags. Moreover, they have used the same M1 processor both in the iMac and iPad Pro lineup. As claimed the performance is far better than the older intel based iMac’s.

Furthermore, different reports suggest, that the company might introduce new Apple Silicon Macs in the second half of 2021. However, Apple also mentioned that the transition process from Intel to Apple Silicon will take at least two years.

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