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Apple to Use TSMC’s US-Made Microchips, Says Tim Cook – CNBC

Taiwan’s TSMC plans to be able to deliver the advanced chips used in Apple’s Macs, iPhones and iPads from its new Arizona super-plant by 2024.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang and AMD CEO Lisa Su attended TSMC’s ‘tool-in’ ceremony in Arizona on Tuesday
The world's top chipmaker TSMC saw its stock soar on Thursday after Morgan Stanley lifted its price target, based on surging AI chip demand. Photo: Twitter / AMD CEO Lisa Su.


Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Tuesday that his firm will buy US-made microchips from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s new Arizona factory, CNBC reported.

Taiwan’s TSMC, the world’s biggest chip producer, plans to be in a position to deliver the 3-nanometre and 4-nanometre chips used in Apple’s Macs, iPhones and iPads from its new super-plant in the US’s southwest by 2024.

Read the full report: CNBC


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Alfie Habershon

Alfie is a Reporter at Asia Financial. He previously lived in Mumbai reporting on India's economy and healthcare for data journalism initiative IndiaSpend, as well as having worked for London based Tortoise Media.


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