Apple, Intel likely to be first customers for TSMC's 2nm node

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Intel is locked in a decades-long competition with its American and Asian rivals
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Intel is locked in a decades-long competition with its American and Asian rivals

Intel and Apple are expected to be among the first customers for TSMC's 2 nanometer chips, when the node goes into production in late 2025.

TSMC plans to begin manufacturing chips using its 2nm process technology (N2) at scale in late 2025, delivering the first batch in early 2026. The N2 process will be TSMC's first to adopt the GAAFET (Gate-All-Around...

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