Apple currently uses its M1 chipset in the MacBook, Mac, and iPad lines, so the company needs large quantities of these chips. This means that whoever enters Apple’s supply chain for the M1 chip can expect big financial gains.
Samsung is one of those suppliers for Apple that produces FC-BGA substrates that are crucial for modern chipsets with electric cars. Accordingly, the South Korean giant wants to be part of the production of new M2 chips.
The so-called Samsung Electro-Mechanics division is very close to concluding an agreement with Apple, which will enable the production of the same FC-BGA substrates for the upcoming M2 chipset.
This coincides with Samsung’s recent investment in a factory in Vietnam, which produces FC-BGA, and the investment is worth a billion dollars.
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