Apple COO Jeff Willians Reportedly Visited Taiwan To Discuss Reserving First Batch Of TSMC’s 2nm Wafers, Potentially Adding $18.6 Billion To The Foundry’s Revenue

TSMC and Apple have formed a tightly-knit partnership and have worked closely to secure deals that give the iPhone maker an edge over the competition. Recently, Apple’s Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams reportedly visited Taiwan to extend the company’s lead against its rivals in the semiconductor race by securing the first batch of TSMC’s 2nm wafers. Assuming both parties come to an agreement, and chances are that they will, it could potentially add billions to TSMC’s revenue this year alone. Apple successfully securing the first 2nm batch from TSMC means the latter can add $31.03 billion in revenue overtime It […] Read full article at

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