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{{chip
 
{{chip
 
|name=M1
 
|name=M1
|no image=No
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|no image=Yes
|image=M1-logo-large.jpg
 
 
|designer=Apple
 
|designer=Apple
 
|manufacturer=TSMC
 
|manufacturer=TSMC
 
|model number=M1
 
|model number=M1
|part number=APL1102
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|part number=TBD
 
|market=Desktop + Mobile
 
|market=Desktop + Mobile
 
|first announced=November 10, 2020
 
|first announced=November 10, 2020
 
|first launched=November 17, 2020
 
|first launched=November 17, 2020
 
|family=Mx
 
|family=Mx
|frequency=3200 MHz  (big)
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|frequency=TBD MHz  (big)
|frequency 2=2064 MHz  (little)
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|frequency 2=TBD MHz  (little)
 
|isa=ARMv8.4
 
|isa=ARMv8.4
 
|isa family=ARM
 
|isa family=ARM
|microarch=Firestorm
 
|microarch 2=Icestorm
 
 
|core name=Firestorm
 
|core name=Firestorm
 
|core name 2=Icestorm
 
|core name 2=Icestorm
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|transistors=16,000,000,000
 
|transistors=16,000,000,000
 
|technology=CMOS
 
|technology=CMOS
|die area=119 mm²
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|die area=TBD mm²
 
|die length=N/A
 
|die length=N/A
 
|die width=N/A
 
|die width=N/A
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|core count=8
 
|core count=8
 
|thread count=8
 
|thread count=8
|max memory=16 GB
 
 
|max cpus=1
 
|max cpus=1
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|predecessor=N/A
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|predecessor link=N/A
 
|contemporary=A14
 
|contemporary=A14
 
|contemporary link=apple/ax/a14
 
|contemporary link=apple/ax/a14
|contemporary 2=A12Z
 
|contemporary 2 link=apple/ax/a12z
 
 
}}
 
}}
 
'''M1''' is a {{arch|64}} [[octa-core]] [[ARM]] high-performance laptop/desktop [[system on a chip]] introduced by [[Apple]] in November [[2020]].
 
'''M1''' is a {{arch|64}} [[octa-core]] [[ARM]] high-performance laptop/desktop [[system on a chip]] introduced by [[Apple]] in November [[2020]].
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
Fabricated on [[TSMC]]s [[N5]] EUV process, the M1 integrates 16 billion [[transistors]]. Featuring four [[big cores|‘big’]] high-performance cores called "Firestorm" and four [[little cores|‘LITTLE’]] efficiency cores called "Icestorm".
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Fabricated on [[TSMC]]s new [[N5]] EUV process, the M1 integrates 16 billion [[transistors]]. Featuring four [[big cores|big]] cores called "Firestorm" <!--operating at up to 3.10 GHz--> and four [[little cores|little]] high-efficiency cores called "Icestorm"<!-- operating at up to 1.80 GHz-->.
  
[[File:apple-m1-logical-schematic.png|575px|Apple M1 Schematic]]
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<!--Apple claims a performance gain of better speed and lower power consumption than its predecessor {{\\|A13}}.-->
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<!--:[[File:A12Z.png| 575px| Apple A12Z]]-->
  
 
== Integrated Graphics ==
 
== Integrated Graphics ==
The M1 uses an eight-core Apple-designed graphics processor, though some M1s are sold with one core disabled.
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The M1 uses an eight-core Apple-designed graphics processor, though some M1s are sold one core disabled.
  
  
 
== Neural Engine and ISP ==
 
== Neural Engine and ISP ==
The M1 features a 16-core [[neural engine]] that Apple claims delivers 11 trillion operations per second, identical in performance to the {{apple|A14}}. It also incorporates an Apple [[image signal processor]].
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The M1 features a 16-core [[neural engine]] thatApple claims delivers 11 trillion operations per second, identical in performance to the {{apple|A14}}. It also incorporates an Apple [[image signal processor]].
  
  
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* [https://www.apple.com/mac/m1/ Apple website] and [https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2020/11/apple-unleashes-m1/ Apple press release], November 10, 2020.
 
* [https://www.apple.com/mac/m1/ Apple website] and [https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2020/11/apple-unleashes-m1/ Apple press release], November 10, 2020.
 
* [https://www.anandtech.com/show/16226/apple-silicon-m1-a14-deep-dive Anandtech article], November 10, 2020.
 
* [https://www.anandtech.com/show/16226/apple-silicon-m1-a14-deep-dive Anandtech article], November 10, 2020.
* [https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/4648107 Geekbench scores] for M1 MacBook Air, November 11, 2020.
 

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Facts about "M1 - Apple"
core count8 +
core nameFirestorm + and Icestorm +
designerApple +
die area119 mm² (0.184 in², 1.19 cm², 119,000,000 µm²) +
familyMx +
first announcedNovember 10, 2020 +
first launchedNovember 17, 2020 +
full page nameapple/mx/m1 +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
isaARMv8.4 +
isa familyARM +
ldateNovember 17, 2020 +
main imageFile:M1-logo-large.jpg +
manufacturerTSMC +
market segmentDesktop + Mobile +
max cpu count1 +
microarchitectureFirestorm + and Icestorm +
model numberM1 +
nameM1 +
part numberAPL1102 +
smp max ways1 +
technologyCMOS +
thread count8 +
transistor count16,000,000,000 +
used byMacBook Air (M1, 2020) +, MacBook Pro 13" (M1, 2020) +, Mac mini (M1, 2020) +, iPad Pro 12.9" (5th gen, 2021) +, iPad Pro 11" (3rd gen, 2021) + and iMac 24" (M1, 2021) +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +