Apple is all set to get ‘Made In US’ chips for its devices by 2024
Recent sources indicate that Apple is planning to start using processors that are “Made in USA” for its products by the year 2024. According to the reports that were published by Bloomberg, Apple will have these chips manufactured at a plant in the United States by the year 2024. Learn more about this news item by reading the whole story, which can be found here.
Apple’s current Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook, was quoted as saying that the business may make the decision to extend the supply of chips from factories to Europe. Cook told the employees, “we’ve already made a decision to be buying out of a plant in Arizona, and this plant in Arizona starts up in ’24, so we’ve got about two years ahead of us on that one, maybe a little less.””And in Europe, I’m sure that we will also source from there as those plans become more apparent,” he said at the meeting.
Europe, like the US, was also looking to attract semiconductor manufacturers to open plants in the region and introduced the EU Chips Act in April to “bolster [its] competitiveness and resilience in semiconductor technologies and applications.”
The iPhone 14 series is the most recent iteration of Apple’s popular smartphone, which was just announced by the firm. The phone is stunning to look at and possesses some very remarkable capabilities. However, other than that, this iPhone is pretty identical to the one that came before it, which was the iPhone 13, and as a result, it has garnered a variety of reviews. It was also stated by Laurene Powell Jobs, daughter of Steve Jobs, that those who upgrade from the iPhone 13 to the iPhone 14 are wasting their money because there is not a significant difference between the two models.