TrendForce: Apple’s and TSMC’s roadmap – A16 should already be converted to 4 nm

Apple’s new chip era means that reports about new iPhone chips will always affect the Mac from now on. Although Apple installs its own chips in the Mac, which differ in terms of performance from the iPhone and iPad variants, Cupertino still relies on a common architecture and manufacturing method. A report by TrendForce According to the current roadmap, the A16 chip, which will most likely appear in the year after next, should be converted to the 4 nm production method. At the moment, however, Apple and TSMC are still using the 5 nm process – both with the A14 and the M1.