Samsung wants to continue to be a part of Apple’s ambitious chipset plans, according to Sammobile. Apple appears to have established a deal with Samsung to develop the Apple M2 chip in the same way that it did the M1.
Apple’s latest in-house ARM-based chipset, the Apple M1, has taken the PC and mobile markets by storm. In Apple’s product lines, this chip has taken the position of Intel’s chips. This has resulted in a slew of significant market shifts.
Apple’s latest chipset is used in the company’s tablets, laptops, and desktop computers. That means there are a lot of devices on the market that use the M1 chip.
The business is now working on the M2 chip, and Samsung wants to be a part of it.
After M1, Samsung manufactures a portion of the Apple M2 chip
Samsung Electro-Mechanics was instrumental in the development of Apple’s M1 processor. Samsung has offered Apple with FC-BGA substrates, which are used in high-circuit-connection-density CPUs and GPUs.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics is now attempting to cement its position as the FC-BGA supplier for Apple’s next-generation M2 chip, according to BusinessKorea.
Samsung has yet to make an official statement on the subject. The corporation, on the other hand, is claimed to have committed 1.3 trillion won in December to develop FC-BGA production facilities in Vietnam and another 300 billion won in March to expand the existing FC-BGA facility in Korea.