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Video teardown gets inside iPhone 4S

11/23/2011 07:16 PM EST
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DrQuine
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re: Video teardown gets inside iPhone 4S
DrQuine   11/25/2011 1:59:10 PM
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While I'm not qualified to comment upon the circuit changes, UBM TechInsights deserves kudos for their elegant and user friendly video of the iPhone 4S teardown. Well done!

GREAT-Terry
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GREAT-Terry   11/24/2011 4:33:35 PM
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Nice animation. The circuit is really so closely packed. It is a piece of art.

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Kinnar   11/24/2011 10:37:14 AM
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Very few nontechnical persons will be able to praise as there in nothing visibally change in the iPhone 4S as compared to iPhone 4. All the changes are in the chipsets, except the CDMA-GSM compatibility and FM demodulation capability. Lets hope for the best out of it.

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re: Video teardown gets inside iPhone 4S
goafrit   11/24/2011 4:45:18 AM
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Very nice work. A look of people have broken into iPhone 4s. Possibly, in few months, the inside will be cloned in China.

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