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Apple's iPhone 4 ripped apart, innards exposed

by Tarinder Sandhu on 23 June 2010, 10:23

Tags: iPhone, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)

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Many of you will be getting one soon, we imagine, and the super-tech-minded amongst you may want to know exactly what is inside the new Apple iPhone 4.

Help is at hand from repair specialist iFixit, who have taken the smartphone to bits in their usual inimitable style.

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The 26-step guide shows that it's surprisingly easy to dismantle the iPhone 4.


A peek inside shows that Apple does indeed use a Samsung-manufactured 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 CPU, positioned to the right of the three-axis gyroscope.

iFixit goes on to confirm that the iPhone is endowed with 512MB of onboard memory, double that of the iPhone 3GS, ships with a 3.7V, 1,420mAh battery, and has frame-mounted aerials for mobile communications.

Rather than steal all their thunder for a job well done, head on over to here for the full breakdown.

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lets see them put it back together in under 10 minutes, that would be an achievement…..
Does it blend?
Easy to replace that battery - only 2 screws and the back's off ?