In November 2020, Apple released the M1 processor. Subsequently, M1 pro, M1 Max, M1 Ultrea and other variants of M1 appeared successively, almost completing the coverage of the Mac product line.
According to ETNews,Less well known is that Samsung Electro-Mechanics is a key supplier of the FC-BGA package substrates needed for the M1. Because the previous cooperation is more pleasant, the M2 chip under development, Samsung Motor also has a share to participate again, and is committed to the official release of a node as soon as the first half of the year.
Of course, Apple doesn't usually put its eggs in one basket, and other suppliers of FC-BGA include Japanese giant IbidEN and Taiwan's Unimicron.
Previous revelations said that Apple is developing at least 9 Mac products equipped with M2 processors, and this processor has the highest (M2 Max) with 12 CPU cores and 38 display cores.
Of course, the foundry of the M2 processor is most likely to be TSMC alone, and there is no Samsung LSI or anything.