Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has announced that he will use semiconductors produced in a factory in Arizona, USA established by Taiwan’s TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturing company.
Tim Cook attended the equipment rollout ceremony for TSMC’s Arizona factory held in Phoenix, Arizona on the 7th and said, “With the efforts of many people, these chips were proudly stamped ‘Made in America'” and “a remarkable moment important.” .
TSMC produces the latest chips for iPhones and iPads, but most of them are produced in factories in Taiwan.
The factory in Arizona to be built this time will produce 4-nano and 3-nano chips used in Nvidia graphics processors, along with Apple’s A-series chips for iPhones and M-series chips for MacBooks.
Tim Cook continued, “Apple is collaborating with TSMC for chip manufacturing,” adding, “As TSMC forms new and deeper roots in the United States, we look forward to expanding our partnership in the future.”
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