Apple's upcoming 2022 iPad Pro models will use chips built on TSMC's cutting-edge three-nanometer manufacturing process, resulting in a speed boost and lower power consumption.
Samsung is reportedly looking to hire Apple's and AMD's former silicon engineers to help it create a custom CPU after shuttering its in-house semiconductor team recently.
Replacing Intel chips with Apple's in-house silicon in the Mac computers is a two-year transition that could complete, according to a well-informed source, as early as next year.
The next Mac Pro update planned for 2022 will use next-generation Apple silicon providing up to 128 GPU cores fast enough to replace AMD parts used in the current Intel-based models.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch a new high-end model of its beloved MacBook Air by the end of 2021, with the upcoming notebook ostensibly running next-generation Apple silicon.
Apple recently released the new 24-inch colorful iMacs, but the company is now planning to release a larger iMac all-in-one desktop powered by its own chips instead of Intel ones.
According to a new report, Apple has been developing a more powerful Mac mini around the same chip as the next MacBook Pro to replace its high-end Intel-based counterpart.
The die size of Apple's vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) chips used for Face ID in new iPhone and iPad models coming down the pike later this year should be cut in half.
Apple during Tuesday’s Spring Forward event announced exciting new devices and technologies. Among those was a refresh for both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch the iPad Pro tablets – now dubbed the 3rd generation and 5th generation respectively for the year of 2021.
There’s a lot to take in, and that’s why in this piece, we’ll compare the features and technical specifications of the 3rd generation 11-inch iPad Pro and 5th generation iPad Pro of 2021 with the features and technical specifications of the 2nd generation 11-inch iPad Pro and 4th generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro of 2020.
The world's leading semiconductor foundry has issued a warning predicting that the global chip shortage that's hurting technology companies the most won't be resolved anytime soon.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a global chip shortage—that's why you haven't been able to purchase your PlayStation 5—and Apple has been immune to this problem, up until now.
While M1 Macs have the RAM and SSD soldered to the logic board, it's been discovered that users armed with patience may be able to upgrade the memory and storage of Apple's M1 chip.