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Motion coprocessor marketed by Apple as M8 and codenamed "Phosphorus" which is built into the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPod touch (6th generation). It is used by apps that access motion data while the device is sleeping (such as Nike+ Move), allowing the main CPU to go to sleep and therefore conserve battery life.

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