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[* black] Some silicon for you:
[* red] APL1W85: Apple’s A13 Bionic system-on-chip, layered over SK Hynix H9HKNNNCRMMVDR LPDDR4X RAM—SKRAM. SK Hynix’s documentation doesn’t contain a decoder for this model number, but it’s seemingly 4GB of the stuff.
[* red] APL1W85: Apple’s A13 Bionic system-on-chip, layered over SK Hynix H9HKNNNCRMMVDR LPDDR4X RAM—SKRAM. SK Hynix’s documentation doesn’t contain a decoder for this model number, but it’s seemingly 4GB of the stuff.
[* orange] Apple APL1092 343S00354 PMIC
[* yellow] Intel 9960 P10PSM modem and P10 406 transceiver.
[* green] I7J9, which we [https://www.ifixit.com/News/inside-the-tech-in-apples-ultra-wideband-u1-chip|have now confirmed|new_window=true] to be Apple’s new U1 wireless positioning chip.
[* light_blue] Apple / Murata 339S00647 WiFi/Bluetooth SoC
[* blue] Cirrus Logic 338S00509 audio codec
[* black] If you're hungry for more chips, check out our [guide|126000|complete Chip ID steps|stepid=243562|new_window=true] from the 11 Pro Max teardown.