The 14 nanometer (14 nm) semiconductor device fabrication node is the technology node following the 22 nm/(20 nm) node. The naming of this technology node as "14 nm" came from the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS). The 14 nm technology was reached by semiconductor companies in 2014.
On 5 September 2014, Intel launched the first three Broadwell-based processors that belong to the low-TDP Core M family, Core M 5Y10, Core M 5Y10a and Core M 5Y70.
On March 9, 2015, Apple released the "Early 2015" MacBook and MacBook Pro, which utilizes 14nm Intel processors. Of note is the i7-5557U, which has Intel Iris 6100 graphics and two cores running at 3.1Ghz, using only 28 watts.