Apple’s going to make fewer M3 chips as MacBook demand plummets

The latest iPhone 15 Pro models have within them one of the biggest chip innovations that Apple has ever used — the 3nm production process. Using much smaller components than other methods, the 3nm process makes a chip that is more powerful, more efficient, and potentially smaller. After putting it in the iPhone 15, Apple’s next step will be to put it in MacBooks and iPads in the form of the M3; But it looks like the company will be making fewer than it first thought.

Ming-Chi Kuo reports “Apple’s 3nm demand for 2024 would be below expectations”, citing this year’s declining iPad and MacBook sales. Given that Apple has, apparently, bought the whole stock of 3nm produced chips, it could cause some worry at Cupertino.

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