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    Apple M2 chip now in mass production says insider

    Shipments could start in July for MacBooks destined for consumers in H2 this year.
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    Re: Apple M2 chip now in mass production says insider

    These news are so sterile. I could create myself a few more. M3 is in the final stages of sending to tapeout. M4 is in the architecture phase. And M5 has just been launched by bmw )))

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    Re: Apple M2 chip now in mass production says insider

    M5 has just been launched by bmw ))).........check engine light.

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    Re: Apple M2 chip now in mass production says insider

    Cant lie the fact that Apple is creating their own chips and its competitive with Intel and AMD has made an Apple Macbook a stronger consideration for me

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    Re: Apple M2 chip now in mass production says insider

    Maybe. in M3, they could manage to integrate a water cooler inside the chip so that their customers don't have the right of CHOICE. Apple for ever!

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    Re: Apple M2 chip now in mass production says insider

    Quote Originally Posted by tapmybuttons View Post
    Cant lie the fact that Apple is creating their own chips and its competitive with Intel and AMD has made an Apple Macbook a stronger consideration for me
    That's definitely makes sense, especially given how Intel's offerings have been severally lackluster lately.

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