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‘A19’, ‘M5’ references apparently spotted in Apple code

References to what are believed to be the “A19” and “M5” Apple Silicon chips have been discovered in official Apple code.

As noted by MacRumors, the references, found by Twitter user “@_orangera1n,” indicate the existence of a large number of unreleased Apple chips. Following the trends of Apple’s chip identifiers, the latest discoveries are believed to correspond to the “A19,” “M5 Pro,” “M5 Max,” and “M5 Ultra” chips, suggesting that work on these processors is underway.

The Tatsu Signing Server (TSS) is a collection of services provided by Apple. Basically, it’s the server Apple uses to sign firmware.

Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today
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