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[* black] In 2011, Apple acquired [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anobit|Anobit|new_window=true], an Israeli flash memory controller designer.
[* black] Four years later, it looks like they might now have something to show for it—thanks to [http://www.anandtech.com/show/5258/apple-acquires-anobit-bringing-nand-endurance-technology-inhouse|Anandtech's|new_window=true] report that the MacBook's SSD looked a little unusual in the system profiler, we took our heat gun to the SK Hynix SSD RAMSDRAM to see what was hiding underneath.
[* black] Four years later, it looks like they might now have something to show for it—thanks to [http://www.anandtech.com/show/5258/apple-acquires-anobit-bringing-nand-endurance-technology-inhouse|Anandtech's|new_window=true] report that the MacBook's SSD looked a little unusual in the system profiler, we took our heat gun to the SK Hynix SSD RAMSDRAM to see what was hiding underneath.
[* black] Where we expected to see something by Samsung or Toshiba, we found an unbranded chip with a very Apple-esque part number: 338S00055.
[* icon_note] Our friends at [http://www.chipworks.com/|ChipWorks|new_window=true] took a peek, and have confirmed this is definitely an Apple custom device, fabricated at [http://www.tsmc.com/english/default.htm|TSMC|new_window=true]. We'll have more details soon!