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The '''T8020''' is the A12 Bionic processor used in the [[iPad Air (3rd generation)]], [[iPad mini (5th generation)]], [[N841AP|iPhone XR]], [[D321AP|iPhone XS]] and [[iPhone XS Max]].It was first found in [[TigrisAni 15A93261h]]. It contains a 64-bit Apple-designed CPU. The part number listed on the SoC is <code>APL1W81</code>.
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The '''T8020''' is the A12 Bionic processor used in the [[iPad Air (3rd generation)]], [[iPad mini (5th generation)]], [[N841AP|iPhone XR]], [[D321AP|iPhone XS]] and [[iPhone XS Max]]. It was first found in [[TigrisAni 15A93261h]]. It contains a 64-bit Apple-designed CPU. The part number listed on the SoC is <code>APL1W81</code>.
   
 
==Bootrom Exploits==
 
==Bootrom Exploits==

Latest revision as of 13:48, 22 December 2019

The T8020 is the A12 Bionic processor used in the iPad Air (3rd generation), iPad mini (5th generation), iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. It was first found in TigrisAni 15A93261h. It contains a 64-bit Apple-designed CPU. The part number listed on the SoC is APL1W81.

Bootrom Exploits

There are no known exploits.

References

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