According to the latest reports, the iPhone 14, which will be launched in 2022, may come with a 3nm processor.
If you remember, we stated a few days ago that TSMC allocated 80 percent of its planned production capacity for 2021 to Apple. After these developments, all eyes focused on the iPhone 13 models, and today, with the shared reports, it was claimed that the iPhone 14 models will come with a 3nm processor.
According to the information provided by Money UD, we see that Apple has already placed an order for 3nm chipsets to TSMC. For now, no statement has been made on both TSMC and Apple’s front regarding this claim. However, according to shared reports, Apple’s 3nm chips will be used in A-series and M-series chipsets.
The published report also draws attention to the fact that the iPhone 14, which will be launched in 2022, will be the first smartphone model with a 3nm processor.
In addition, according to the information in the same report, it is said that these chips will start trial production in the second half of 2021 and then mass production will start in 2022