Nikkei: Apple Plans to build 2.5 million Silicon MacBooks by Feb 2021

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With Apple’s most awaited Macbook launch event just around the corner, there is a lot of buzz in the Air. The new, upgraded Macbook will run on the Apple Silicon Chip. It marks a grand milestone for the Mac, presenting Apple great control over software & hardware experiences of Mac. The latest Apple chip is based on the A14 Bionic processor and is expected to improve machine learning & better power efficiency. 

The reveal comes at a critical juncture for Apple’s Mac segment, which has  got the highest sales in the last quarter as world work from home. Apple may unveil three Macbooks: 16-inch MacBook Pro, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and 13-inch MacBook Air. 

Apple will be replacing Intel’s microprocessors with its advanced Silicon chip. Apple’s aim to completely remove the Intel’s standard CPUs in its MacBooks

Amidst all the speculation, there is big revealing reported by independent sources that the tech-giant Apple is planning to produce about 2.5 million units of Macbooks powered by the all-new Silicon Chip by Feb 2021. The TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) will manufacture the new Apple Silicon chips using the five-nanometer fabrication process for the latest range of Macbooks.

The report published in the Nikkei Asia, world’s largest financial newspaper “Apple is asking suppliers to produce 2.5 million MacBook powered by its in-house designed CPU by early 2021 as the California technology giant looks to rapidly cut its reliance on Intel chips.”

The report further read that Apple is bridging-in the fresh stock of their old iPhone models to meet the demands of the festive season, while there is an accurate shortage of the new line up of iPhone 12