The PC industry slowdown may finally have caught up with Apple, if the latest slice of industry gossip is to be believed. A new report emanating from Korea says Apple suspended production of its M2 series processors — the chips used in the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac mini — in January.
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The report says third-party companies that work with processors supplied by TSMC for packaging had to cease production in January and February because orders slowed so much. It adds that while production began again at some point in February, it did so at “half the level of the previous year.”