Production of the 3nm M2 Pro Chip for the MacBook Pro set to begin later this year.

By the end of 2022, TSMC will start producing 3nm circuits for Apple, claims a report this week from Taiwan's Commercial Times.

According to a different rumour from the same source, TSMC will start manufacturing 3nm chips in large quantities in September.

The M2 Pro chip may be the first to adopt TSMC's cutting-edge 3nm process, according to the story, which quotes industry insiders.

The M2 Pro chip will reportedly be used by Apple in its upcoming 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models as well as a high-end Mac mini, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.

The M3 chip, suited for upcoming MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro models, and Apple's A17 Bionic chip for the iPhone 15 Pro versions of next year will both be produced using TSMC's 3nm technology.

Additionally, according to an earlier claim from DigiTimes, TSMC would start mass producing 3nm processors for Apple in the second half of 2022, including the M2 Pro chip.

Future Macs and iPhones would naturally run better and use less power if Apple switched from TSMC's 5nm technology to its 3nm process.

It might make the battery last longer. The only contemporary Macs that don't use Apple silicon processors are the high-end Mac mini and the Mac Pro tower.

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