We all know that Apple is working on a great upgrade for the upcoming new MacBook Pro and iPad Pro this year, so it’s no surprise. If we go by the latest report, these new gadgets are said to have gone into mass production from Apple.
Adding more details about these gadgets, it was earlier said that these new gadgets will come with 3NM chipset. Although it is now implemented to launch with a 5Nm chipset instead of 3NM.
Apple MacBook Pro and iPad Pro sport 5NM chipset
The leak was pointed out by popular Apple tipster Ming-Chi Kuo. He first pointed this out a few days ago. While Apple’s new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are said to feature new processors, the tipster adds new details about these new gadgets. Production in the fourth quarter of this year.
As we reported, Kuo reiterated his previous suggestion that the upcoming MacBook Pro and iPad will enter mass production in the last quarter of 2022 or the fourth quarter of 2022.
He also suggested that Apple’s newly developed 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models might come with a more efficient “5nm high-level hub.”
With these leaks, we can clearly say that these new MacBook workstations will have the same M2 chip in the engine which will help improve overall specifications and features for the MacBook Pro (2022) and MacBook Air (2022).
EMS should be available for mass production in 4Q22 starting in October, but 3nm chips won’t be available until January 2023. So the new MacBook Pro and iPad Pro, I think will go into mass production in 4Q22. Adopting new but unlikely 3nm processors. https://t.co/8JR4LOHFVs
— Ming-Chi Kuo (@mingchikuo) August 26, 2022
There is said to be a conflict between researchers over the design of the chip that Apple will use to control the upcoming iPad Pro and MacBook Pro.
It is at this point that Kuo emphasized that the models could be equipped with 5nm chips. He said the reason for this on his Twitter page.
EMS should be able to buy parts from October for parts that will go into mass production in the fourth quarter of 2022, but the 3nm chips won’t be available until January 2023. So we consider the new MacBook Pro and iPad Pro, which will enter mass production in the fourth quarter of 2022, but will take new but more advanced 3nm processors.
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