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Media: production of systems-on-a-chip M2 Pro and M2 Max will begin at the end of 2022

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will begin manufacturing the M2 Pro and M2 Max system-on-a-chip before the end of the year. This is reported by the Taiwanese edition of the Commercial Times. These chips will be the world's first commercial products made using the 3nm process.

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The M2 Pro and M2 Max, as Bloomberg's Mark Gurman previously said, will form the basis of the upcoming older MacBook Pros and the new Mac mini. The latter can only get the basic and Pro version of the chip, and he will not get the Max version.

Next year, 3nm will be available to more customers, including Intel, Super Micro, Huida, Qualcomm, MediaTek, Broadcom and more. The Apple A17 will also be built on the 3nm process technology, it will be used either in Pro models or in all models at once, which will be shown in the fall of 2023.

In general, the Commercial Times gives rather strange information. The source text says that production will start at the end of the year, but no specific months are named. The M2 Pro and M2 Max are said to be the first systems-on-a-chip to be built on the 3nm process. Another text released on the same day stated that the start of production is scheduled for September. And the ninth month of the year cannot be called the “end of the year”.

More reputable insiders do not give specific launch dates, only carefully claiming that the specified MacBook Pro and Mac mini will be launched later this year or early next year.

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