The T2 processor in the iMac Pro is responsible for loading system, safety and work FaceTime camera. In early January 2018 edition of MacWorld has published a report detailing all the features of the chipset.
The T2 processor is significantly superior to other chipsets which include, for example, MacBook Pro 2016. It acts as a storage controller and is responsible for managing the performance of flash arrays in the iMac Pro. This processor encrypts every bit of data sent to the memory array, and decodes information to the user. Remove your flash drive from the Apple candy bar will lead to permanent data loss.
T2 chipset continuously monitors the system boot process, checking the authenticity of the download key and digital signature. To change settings you can use Security utility Startup, to call where you have to press cmd+R during startup of the machine.
By default, security is set to Full, checking the legality of the operating system over a network connection.
Automatic configuration FaceTime camera also produced using T2. The system sets parameters similar to those used in the iPhone.
In addition, T2 controls and protects the microphones, adjust the fans and speakers on the iMac Pro.
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