This week, apple officially released its own M1 processor. The first products include 13 inch MacBook Air, 13 inch macbook pro and mac mini. The advantage of M1 is that Apple has made special software and hardware optimization for creative and productivity software such as final cut pro, LR and iMovie, which can even achieve better performance than Intel Core i9. In addition, after updating to the Big Sur system, it can run all IOS apps compatible. However, with the launch of M1, apple already has two 5nm chips, and it is said that there will be a14x and m1x next year, which seems to pose a severe test on TSMC’s capacity. < p > < p > South Korean media reported that Apple has begun to contact Samsung, the latter’s 5nm EUV has been put into production, and the first product is the exynos 1080 released yesterday. < p > < p > due to the difference in the 5nm process between TSMC and Samsung, Apple’s best practice is to entrust different models to a manufacturer for full-time OEM. If one chip is used simultaneously, it may be the same as the A9 processor on the iPhone 6S. However, according to this report, the first ideal situation seems to be somewhat difficult. TSMC’s 5nm configuration for apple is mostly concentrated on A14, with M1 accounting for about 25%. Apple can’t accept the situation that some M1 processor production is shelved. < / P > < p > it should be pointed out that Korean media have always had a tradition of beautifying Samsung, so the authenticity of the above news remains to be observed. In addition, according to the reservation on Apple’s official website in China, in addition to the “beggar’s version” of the MacBook Air, the M1 version of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro can be delivered within 2-3 working days after placing an order, so the grain reserve is not tense. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure