Apple, known for its cutting-edge technology, is already setting its sights on future chipsets, even before the launch of the A17 Bionic and M3. Recent leaks have shed light on Apple's development of the A19 Bionic and M5 chipsets, indicating that the completion of the A18 Bionic and M4 might be approaching.

Based on the current schedule, Apple is expected to release the A19 Bionic and M5 chipsets in 2025, approximately two years from now. This information was shared by @_orangera1n on X, who revealed CPU IDs associated with these upcoming chipsets. It's worth noting that while the A19 Bionic may have only one version, the M5 chipset is expected to have more capable variants, including the 'Pro,' 'Max,' and 'Ultra' models, following Apple's previous naming conventions.

A posted image displays the published CPU IDs, and @_orangera1n explains the meaning behind these codes in the thread, helping users better understand which chipsets Apple is currently working on. Although it may seem remarkable that Apple is already working on future chipsets several years in advance, this practice is not uncommon among technology giants aiming to stay ahead in the competitive market.

It's important to note that while companies often design chips and products years in advance, not all of them make it to mass production. However, assuming everything proceeds smoothly (which is rarely the case), Apple is expected to utilize TSMC's 2nm process for the production of the A19 Bionic and M5 chipsets. Trial production is reportedly underway, and the initial shipment is likely to be exclusively delivered to Apple. While anticipation for the next-generation Apple Silicon is understandable, it's crucial to keep an eye on the imminent releases of the A17 Bionic and M3. Rest assured, we will continue providing updates on future Apple releases.