Apple quietly upgraded the Secure Enclave for older chips in fall 2020
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Apple has made changes to its A12, A13, and S5 system-on-chips to alter the Secure Enclave, Apple Support pages indicate, with the iPhone chips revised in Fall 2020 to include the second-generation Secure Enclave.
Whenever Apple introduces new features to its chips, it typically does so as part of a number of other updates included in a new chip release. While unlikely to occur on pre-existing chips normally, it appears that Apple has adjusted some of the designs of its earlier SoCs to make them more secure.In an update to the Apple Platform Security pages spotted by Andrew Pantyukhin on Twitter and first reported by MacRumors, a PDF version of the guide includes a table showing the feature summaries of the Secure Enclave, with changes that occurred in fall 2020. The Secure Enclave is used to store highly sensitive details relating to security, such as Face ID or Touch ID data, instead of handing off that work to the application processor.
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