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Apple Silicon will be made in the US, in Phoenix

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Apple Silicon will be made in the US, in Phoenix

In May, TSMC announced that it selected Phoenix as the site of its second U.S. manufacturing facility after a national search.

The company, which counts Apple among its customers, said it would spend $12 billion on the project from 2021 to 2029.

Federal and local leaders, including U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Gov. Doug Ducey, lauded the deal.

Ducey’s office said the project will create about 1,600 tech jobs and generate thousands more in the state for suppliers and other companies in the semiconductor industry.

The plant will be built on 1,128 acres in north Phoenix near Loop 303 at the 43rd Avenue alignment, which the semiconductor giant bought at auction this month from the Arizona State Land Department.

Construction is scheduled to start in 2021, and the production facility should be operating by 2024.

The leased office space is about 15 miles from the plant.

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