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Illustration of Apple's M2 SoC

The Apple M2 is the second ARM-based SoC designed by Apple Inc as a central processing unit for its line of Macintosh computers and iPad tablets.

It was first introduced at Apple's WWDC 2022 on 6 June 2022.

It's identified internally as T8112 and the part number is APL1109.

Specifications[edit source]


  • Manufacturer: TSMC
  • Clock rate: 3.49 GHz (performance cores), 2.424 GHz (efficiency cores).
  • Core design: Apple Avalanche x 4 and Apple Blizzard x 4
  • Instruction set: ARMv8.?-A


  • Performance cores
    • L1: 192KB instruction, 128KB data.
    • L2: 16 MB (shared)
  • Efficiency cores
    • L1: 128KB instruction, 64KB data.
    • L2: 4 MB (shared)


  • Apple-designed eight-core

Memory (RAM)

  • 8GB, 16GB or 24GB LPDDR4X in a unified configuration.

Devices[edit source]

iPad Pro[edit source]

Mac[edit source]

Bootrom[edit source]



  • None

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