Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has found that Apple will start mass production of the next generation MacBook Pro in Q4 22, reports 9to5Mac. The chips for this should be manufactured in 5nm technology and not with 3nm, as some analysts previously thought.
Kuo writes down Twitter: “New 14″ and 16” MacBook Pros with new processors will go into mass production in the 4Q22. With TSMC forecasting that 3nm will contribute to sales by 1H23, the processors for the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models could still be based on the 5nm process.”
Mark Gurman von Bloomberg had suggested in July 2022 that the M2 Pro and M2 Max for the new MacBook Pro were already in the works. The rest of the notebook remains unchanged, after all the design is new, the webcam and the display are good, the Magsafe charging option and the SD card slot are flawless and the HDMI port is a nice extra, even if many displays now support USB have c Gurman believes the main focus of the new chips will be graphics performance.
As a result, the newer 3 nanometer technology will not be used by Kuo until 2023 – with the A17 chip for the iPhone 14 and probably also for new Macs.
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