iPhone 14 may not come with a 3nm processor due to TSMC’s manufacturing problems


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Production problems experienced by Taiwan-based semiconductor manufacturer TSMC, one of Apple’s biggest business partners, may prevent the iPhone 14 from coming with a 3nm processor.

TSMC, one of Apple’s key business partners, is facing difficulties in transitioning to 3nm chip manufacturing, which could prevent future iPhone 14 smartphones from being released with 3nm chipsets.

As you know, the Apple A15 Bionic processor in the iPhone 13 is manufactured using 5nm process technology, and TSMC has been facing some difficulties for several years while accelerating the transition to 3nm process technology for next-generation chips.

The 2022 model iPhone is likely to have the same 5nm chipset as the company’s current generation smartphones. This development may negatively affect the sales of future Apple smartphones, as some users will not upgrade their iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models.

However, despite all these negativities and delays, TSMC will be the first company to launch 3nm chips, ahead of other chip manufacturers such as Intel and Qualcomm.

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