Earlier this month, CNBC released a rare look at Apple’s silicon lab inside Apple Park, along with an interview with Johny Srouji and John Ternus. NOW, CNBC has shared a video of the full 35-minute interview for your viewing pleasure.
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In the interview, Johny Srouji, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware technologies, and John Ternus, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware engineering, dive deeper into the company’s silicon plans. This includes things like the ongoing transition to Apple Silicon, the latest MacBook and Mac desktop announcements, and much more.
“The reason we use 3 nanometers is because it gives us the ability to pack more transistors into a given dimension. That’s important for the product and much better power efficiency,” Srouji said of Apple’s first 3nm chips in the iPhone 15 Pro and MacBook Pro. “Even though we are not a microchip company, we are at the forefront of the industry for a reason. »
Ternus, meanwhile, called Intel’s transition to Apple Silicon “one of the most, if not the most, profound changes at Apple, certainly in our products in the last 20 years.”
Check out the full video below.
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