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Apple Suspends Threat Probabilities Concerning its Latest Processor Release, AppleM1

Apple’s latest release of Apple M1 processor is grabbing headlines again, but this time only because of a potential bug threat. Several questions, such as Apple‘s motivation behind the M1 processor launch or the vulnerabilities and threat quotient, are making rounds.

In the past, companies such as AMD and Intel sustained monopolies in designing computer processors. However, now AI-based technologies are slowly outsmarting conventional processors.

Designers are now investing in developing proprietary processors. Despite aggressive spurt in flagship processors, designers mostly adopt RISC-V and ARM-based IP cores to expedite the design process.

These design practices help designers to include advanced functional features, such as more silicon room, besides compatible software libraries.

The latest Apple offering, Apple M1, is a design wonder to perform advanced and specialized applications with integrated 8ARM cores fixed at 3.2GHz.

Additionally, RAM integration improves speed, and advanced neural network structure enhances AI productivity.

However, despite a promising functional appeal, sources familiar with the Apple M1 design have confirmed the presence of the bug, called M1racles.

Relevant sources have also elaborated that the bug could be a massive design defect that enables seamless data sharing between two different processors.

According to subject matter experts, this bug in Apple M1 could potentially help data hijack when two apps communicate.

The attacker can use it to his advantage and feed data discreetly from any other app.

The bug is hardware-based, and therefore chances of fixing the bug are quite low.

Apple officials, however, have suspended all possible threats of the bug as it would require attackers to use their processes for feeding data.

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