New Apple Macs with ‘M3’ chips could arrive in 2023


Apple M1 chips have set a new standard for power and efficiency in the industry. The new Macbook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch are a testament to what Apple silicon is capable of. Unsurprisingly, it appears the company will continue relying on its own chips in future Mac machines, as a new report claims Apple’s chip-making partner TSMC has already begun pilot production of what’s excepted to be the Apple M3 chips. 

According to Taiwanese supply chain publication Digitimes (via MacRumors), TSMC will kick off pilot production of chips built on its 3-nanometer process (known as N3) by the fourth quarter of 2022. It will then start shipping 3nm chips to partners like Intel and Apple in the first quarter of 2023.



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