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iPad Pro 2022 and iPhone 14 will reportedly adopt 3nm chip and 4nm chip respectively

Apple will bring the 3nm chipset in late 2022

A few days before, we had some renders of the upcoming iPad Pro and iPhone 13 series. And now a report is hovering online which says that the upcoming iPad Pro 2022 will be powered by an Apple Silicone chipset based on a 3nm fabrication technology.

The report by TrendForce and DigiTimes claimed that Apple will bring its 3 nm-based Silicone chipset in 2023. On the other hand, now a fresh report by Nikkie claims that Apple will bring the 3 nm-based Silicone chipset in late 2022. However, the timeline reported by both aren’t too different and doesn’t have much time gap between.

Apart from this, the company will reportedly manufacture the chipset on TSMC’s fabrication technology. TSMC will implement the technology from next year i.e. 2022 and after a few months, Apple will bring the technology in their chipsets. The 3nm fabrication technology will allow the chip to fit in a small area and will cover a minimal amount of battery while not compromising on the performance. Moreover, the chipset will likely be first seen on iPad Pro 2022.

The next year’s iPhone series which will be reported being the iPhone 14 series may not come with a 3 nm-based Silicone chipset. Instead, it will be powered by 4 nm-based chipsets. So you can expect the 3nm Silicone chipset to be exclusive for iPad Pro, at least for 2022. The TSMC’s 4nm technology will end up its testing by early 2022 while the 3nm technology’s testing will start in late 2022. So, to ensure the uninterrupted device stocks around the world, Apple will offer 4nm Silicone chipsets to their iPhone 14 series.

Moreover, the 3nm chip is expected to come in the whole iPad series and the upcoming Macs as well. As for the iPhones, the technology will improve up gradually like iPhone 13 series will be powered by 5 nm-based chipsets, the iPhone 14 series will be powered by a 4nm chipset and iPhone 15 series might come with a 3nm chipset, and so on.

About Chandan Pandit

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