Bob Campbell wrote:
>>> Sorry, but you claim these AREN'T Apple's designs, remember?
>> Besides which, it's not actually an Apple flaw. It's a flaw in *all* ARM chips.
> Now both of you guys have just ruined trollboi's day. Well done.
Notice the iKooks call all facts about Apple, trolls.
Because they _hate_ all facts about Apple products.
While the iKooks are _desperate_ to ignore all facts about Apple that they
hate, it's interesting how they hate me simply for _telling_ them the
a. What's no longer surprising is the iKooks _hate_ facts about Apple.
b. Worse, the iKooks are _ignorant_ about those facts about Apple.
c. Worse still, the iKooks brazenly _deny_ all facts about Apple they hate.
Which loops us back to iKooks basically hate all facts about Apple.
Meanwhile, the _adult_ point isn't that these M1 chips are designed with
_multiple_ unfixable security flaws - but that the M1 (and likely the M2)
are NOT best-in-class SOCs given that those flaws exist in them (AFAIK).
Note: The A14 is also apparently included in at least some of these flaws.
What's interesting is always how ignorant the iKooks are of what Apple
actually does, where they only know what Apple advertises that it does.
It ceases to be shocking how little iKooks know of Apple products because I
have since realized all the iKooks own a low IQ, no education, and, most
important of all, all iKooks have (understandably) very low self esteem.
Worse, the entire world (except, interestingly, the iKooks) knows about
these multiple hardware flaws in the M1 (and likely in the M2), which means
that bad actors are likely actively hacking away to exploit these
unpatchable flaws just like they did when Apple's secure enclave chip was
found to be irreparably flawed.
If you're _not_ an iKook, then click on this link for the basic details:
*MIT researchers uncover unpatchable flaw in Apple M1 chips*
1. In 2021 an unfixable flaw was found in the Apple M1 design.
2. In 2022 another (_different_) unfixable flaw was found it the M1.
3. The M2 appears to use the same underlying design (read the article).
The point isn't that there are multiple unfixable flaws in the M1 and
likely in the M2 but that these flaws prove they're not best-in-class SOCs.