After its presentation last June at WWDC 2020, the expectation was more than served to have all the fans of the company waiting for the next Mac with processors manufactured by Apple itself. Now, the DigiTimes medium ensures that A14X chips, destined for the next Mac and iPad Pro, will begin manufacturing this last quarter of 2020, matching this with Apple’s estimate of offering the first Mac with an Apple Silicon processor later this year.

As reported by DigiTimes, the next processors with 5nm technology from Apple are about to begin production in the factories of TSMC, in charge of their manufacture, with an estimate of between 5000 and 6000 units per month according to. After an investment last year of 25,000 million dollars in 5nm technology, it seems that TSMC has fulfilled to continue being the exclusive supplier of those in Cupertino by being able to successfully handle this technology.

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Apple predicted a transition that will last 2 years in the transition from Intel’s x86 processors to Apple Silicon, and that according to media such as The China Times, will start with a new 12-inch Macbook that will mount an A14X chip. Another processor of this generation, the A14 that will be mounted by the iPhone that Apple presents in the remainder of the year, will also mount 5nm technology.

Along with the Bloomberg leak that Apple is working on three variants of the A14, we also learned that The new processor will have 12 cores, 8 high-performance and 4 low-power. For the next generations, Apple would already be working on processors with more cores, we assume that for the future A15s.

With a lot of news to come between now and the end of the year, which will surely extend until the first half of 2021, the followers of the brand can only wait to know all the incredible products that are in the line of exit.

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