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Report claims Apple Silicon chips for Macs will have a 18-month upgrade cycle

By Kenny Yeo - on 21 Dec 2021, 9:40am

Report claims Apple Silicon chips for Macs will have a 18-month upgrade cycle

(Image source: Apple)

According to the Commercial Times from Taiwan, Apple is planning to update its Apple Silicon Mac chips every 18 months.

Additionally, Apple will keep to the current lineup which consists of a single chip for consumer devices like the MacBook Air and smaller 24-inch iMac, and two more powerful chips for professional devices like the MacBook Pro and Mac Pro.

(Image source: Commercial Times)

The report goes on to say that Apple will launch its highly anticipated M2 chip, which is codenamed "Staten", in the second half of next year.

And as for the M2 Pro and M2 Max, which is rumoured to be codenamed "Rhodes", we can expect them to be ready in the first half of 2023.

Finally, the report also claims that Apple's M2 series of chips will be manufactured on a 4nm process. And the M3 series of chips will be manufactured on a 3nm process.

Source: Commercial Times

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