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How the Apple iPhone 4 drives high, low tech

4/21/2011 03:41 PM EDT
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_hm
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_hm   4/24/2011 3:48:46 PM
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If assembly is so complex and delicate, why not at the end they epoxy mold whole assembly? This may give better thermal performance and may also be more reliable. And it will be difficult to disassemble.

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elctrnx_lyf   4/24/2011 2:44:09 PM
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Isn't this iphone release long ago in the market? Is the 10 layer board is not common the mobiles considering the small and dense boards required for the smart phones.

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Dave.Dykstra   4/22/2011 3:19:55 AM
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Very interesting story Rick. I'd been wondering how they got all of that into my phone (but didn't want to do the disassembly to find out.

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rick merritt   4/21/2011 6:55:31 PM
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Apple results story at: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4215335/Apple-s-profit-steady-on-record-iPhone-sales

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eewiz   4/21/2011 4:35:17 PM
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Talking about Apple & Nokia , the mother of all news is here. Apple just surpassed Nokia in handset revenues! Rick you are going to do an article on this. Aren't you? http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/11/04/21/apple_tops_nokia_to_become_worlds_largest_handset_maker_by_revenue.html

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rick merritt   4/21/2011 4:21:34 PM
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Pictures to come. Stay tuned!

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