The A14X is about to begin mass production of the Apple Core Mac and the new iPad Pro exclusive.

Apple’s A14X chip, which will be powered by Apple’s Silicon Mac and next-generation iPad Pro, will begin mass production in the fourth quarter of this year, according to DigiTimes, Taiwan’s supply chain news media. Last year, TSMC announced a $25 billion investment in a new 5nm process aimed at becoming the sole supplier of Apple processors.

Last month, it was announced that the first Mac with an Apple Silicon would be a 12-inch MacBook that lasts between 15 and 20 hours. The A14X will be developed using a 5nm process, based on a 5nm process.

The A14X codenamous Tonga, in addition to the Apple Silicon Mac, delivers superior performance for the next generation of iPad Pro.

The A14X is about to begin mass production of the Apple Core Mac and the new iPad Pro exclusive.

According to Bloomberg, Apple’s first self-developed chip Mac will feature a 12-core design with eight high-performance cores and four energy-efficient cores. In addition, Apple has begun designing a second-generation Mac processor based on the A15 chip.