In pursuit of simplicity and efficiency, Apple's chip lab was made public for the first time
According to IT Home News, CNBC recently released a news report, saying that it visited Apple's campus in Cupertino, California on November 14 this year, and was approved to disclose the internal scene of Apple's chip lab for the first time.
Johny Srouji, Apple's head of chips, spoke to the outlet and discussed the company's intricate foray into the development of custom semiconductors.
"We have thousands of engineers, but our chipsets are actually very lean and efficient," Slugee said. Unlike traditional chipmakers, Apple does not produce chips for other companies.
Godfrey D'Souza, Apple's senior director of hardware validation, demonstrates the M3 SoC at the Apple Silicon Lab in Cupertino, California.
"Because we don't need to sell chips, we can focus more on our products. This gives us the freedom to optimize, and the scalable architecture allows us to reuse parts between different products. "IT House attaches the video below:
In the video, the inside of the chip test lab was rarely revealed, and Apple's head of chip manufacturing, Johny Srouji, and head of hardware engineering, John Ternus, were also invited to comment on the subject.