Apple iMac processor, graphics card exposure: all built by TSMC's 5nm process

In June of this year, Apple officially announced at the WWDC Developers Conference that its Mac computers will gradually abandon Intel x86 processors in the next two years and instead use self-developed ARM chips-Apple Silicon.

Recently, even bigger news has been exposed. According to the disclosure of @手机片达人, Apple next year’s desktop iMac will not only use Apple Silicon CPU, but also be equipped with self-developed graphics chips, both of which are produced by TSMC. It is built with 5nm process technology.

According to previously exposed semiconductor research reports, Apple’s first Mac SoC will be built with TSMC’s 5nm process, and the cost is only $100, which is much lower than Intel’s chips, and those Mac products that will soon be equipped with Apple Silicon may be Debut in the second half of next year.

It is worth mentioning that Apple’s MacBook series will also use Apple Silicon CPU. According to the analysis of well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s upcoming MacBook products with Apple Silicon in the future include MacBook Air, 13.3-inch MacBook Pro, and newly designed 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro.