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iPhone 17 Pro reportedly to launch with 2 nm chipset by TSMC in 2025




  • iPhone 17 Pro will be the first to feature a chipset which is built on a 2 nm process by TSMC.
  • TSMC is expected to start the small scale production of 2 nm chip by the end of 2024.
  • TSMC is working on an upgraded version of its 2 nm processor labeled “N2P”.

iPhone 17 Pro

Apple will launch its iPhone 16 series later this year and now iPhone 17 series details are surfacing online. According to a report, the iPhone 17 Pro will be the first model to launch with a 2 nm chipset process by TSMC.

iPhone 17 Pro chipset details

According to a report by DigiTimes, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is likely to start small-scale production of its “N2P” 2 nm processor by the end of 2024 and the mass-production of it follows in 2025.

TSMC has announced plans to start mass-production 2 nm chips by 2025. Following this announcement, it was reported that the upcoming iPhone 17 Pro would be among the first devices to feature these processors.

Meanwhile, the TSMC chip-maker is reportedly progressing towards manufacturing 1.4 nm processors . Internally, Apple likely refers to this upcoming processor as the “A14”. Which might be confusing due the A14 chip is used in iPhone 12 series back in 2020.

But TSMC is working on an upgraded version of its 2 nm processor, labeled as N2P. The enhanced chip is anticipated to be ready by the end of 2026. Possibly Apple will use it in iPhone 19.

iPhone 17 series (rumored) details

According to reports, iPhone 17 and iPhone 17 Plus will come with LTPO OLED displays coupled with 120Hz refresh rate. These displays are expected to bring an always on display (AOD) feature to the non-Pro models with LTPO technology.

On the other hand, the outer glass of iPhone 17 series will reportedly incorporate a highly durable AR layer. iPhone 17 Pro Max is expected to come with a 48MP Telephoto lens and the telephoto lens might be optimized for compatibility with the company’s recently announced Vision Pro.

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