Jun 24, 2010

iPhone 4 gets torn down, revealing more hardware specs

                                       I would say this is one of my best blog on hardware of iPhone 4, iFixit has run their typical new teardown of a new iDevice, in this case, the iPhone 4. The dissection shows hardware specifications of the device, aside from those publicly known. This has a 5 megapixel cam which can shoot 720 HD video, a "retina" display with 960x640 resolution, a gyroscope, front-facing camera, and claimed better battery life. iPhone 4 (512MB) has a higher RAM than that once in iPhone 3gs and iPad ( both have only 256MB).
                                      In terms of internal storage, while it advertises 32GB of storage, such an iPhone 4 actually has 28.77GB of storage remaining, after you subtract reserved storage for the iOS platform.The front panel is made of Gorilla Glass, which is famously hard to damage, but if you do manage to damage it, iFixit notes that it is glued tightly to the glass and digitizer. This means you'd have to replace the Gorilla Glass, the digitizer, and the LCD as a single piece.

                                       The iPhone 4 gets its wi-fi, GPS, and Bluetooth connectivity via Broadcom, who supplies both the BCM4750IUB8 single-chip GPS receiver and BCM4329FKUBG receiver. The latter provides the iPhone 4 802.11n wi-fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and an FM radio.

                                        While iFixit calls the way that Apple designed the iPhone 4's integrated UMTS, GSM, GPS, wi-fi and Bluetooth antennas into the stainless steel inner frame a "work of genius,"


 I loved this Dissambling which I really wanted to do it...
















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