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Apple to use Taiwanese chip tech in latest iPhones, Macbooks

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The A17 will be used in the premium entry in the iPhone lineup slated for release in 2023.

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US BigTech major Apple plans to use an updated version of TSMC's latest chip producing technology in and next year.

As per reports, the A17 mobile processor, which is currently under development, will be mass-produced using TSMC's N3E chipmaking tech, expected to be available in the second half of next year.

The A17 will be used in the premium entry in the iPhone lineup slated for release in 2023. The current iPhone model has an A15 processor chip and in the recent Apple launch event, the company said iPhone 14 Pro models will come with the A16 chip.

The chipmaker controls about 54% of the global market for contractually produced chips, supplying firms including Apple and .

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