The latest reports confirmed Apple’s plans to move to the use of distinctive chips with a precision of 3 nanometers in 2023, to support iPhone and Mac phones.
Today, the leaks revealed the third generation of Apple chips, which appear in the leaks with the symbols Ibiza, Lobos and also “Palma”, as these versions come as an upgrade to the current Apple chips M1, M1 Pro and M1 Max.
Apple plans to continue using the distinctive chips with a manufacturing accuracy of 5 nanometers during 2022, but the upcoming chips include some changes in the manufacturing process.
Apple is also preparing to produce a chip to support the Mac Pro in 2022, which includes two molds, unlike the M1 Max chip, which includes one mold and is the fastest Apple chip now, and the new version of the M1 Max is expected to come next year with double molds to support a larger number. of cores in a processing unit up to 40 cores.
It is noteworthy that the report confirmed that the next generation of iPhone phones will come with distinctive 5-nanometer chips in 2020, while the 2023 versions will come with distinctive chips with a 3-nanometer manufacturing accuracy.