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Saturday, September 22, 2012

What's Inside Apple's New iPhone 5


Apple's iPhone 5 uses chips from Qualcomm , Avago and Skyworks Solutions , according to repair firm iFixit, which pried one open. The latest iPhone, which first went on sale in Australia, has a larger, 4-inch screen and is slimmer and far lighter than previous models. The iPhone 5 supports faster 4G networks thanks to a chip supplied by Qualcomm. It also comes with a number of software updates, including Apple's new in-house maps feature. The latest iPhone includes a new A6 processor that Apple says runs twice as fast as the previous generation. Apple booked over two million online pre-orders for the device in the first 24 hours.



Handout image released by iFixit.com shows different parts of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia 


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows the Qualcomm MDM9615M chip on a board of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia 


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows chips, including the A6 chip, on a board of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia 


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows the logic board and 8 megapixel iSight camera of a new iPhone 5 as other components are seen in its rear case in Melbourne, Australia


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows the A6 chip of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows a new iPhone 5 being opened with a screwdriver in Melbourne, Australia 


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows the logic board being lifted out the rear case of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia 


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows various chips of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows a bracket being unscrewed on a logic board of a new iPhone 5 in Melbourne, Australia 


Handout image released by iFixit.com shows a new iPhone 5 being opened with a screwdriver in Melbourne, Australia 


1 comment:

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