Samsung is reportedly in talks with Apple to become the supplier for the M2 SoC

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Previously, we reported that Samsung will allegedly become Apple’s exclusive OLED panel suppliers for the iPhone 14 Pro. Now, it seems that both companies may be keen on further manufacturing collaboration as Samsung is allegedly now in talks with Apple to become the supplier for the upcoming M2 chips.

Business Korea reported that Samsung Electro-Mechanics is reportedly pushing to supply flip-chip-ball grid array (FC-BGA) substrates for Apple’s successor to the super popular M1 SoC. FC-BGA substrates are a highly integrated semiconductor package substrate that are used for CPU and GPU units that require high-density circuit connections, such as how Apple Silicons are.


The news report further alleged that Samsung is developing a semiconductor package board in line with Apple’s release schedule for new devices. Those devices may potentially be powered by the much anticipated M2 SoCs.

However, do take this information with a grain of salt as nothing is confirmed as of yet. However, based on previous collaboration between the two companies, it won’t surprise us if it turned out to be true.

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