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William Miller
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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
William Miller   10/2/2012 12:14:59 PM
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I wasn't impressed by the new iPhone.. Latest Samsung seems to be much better! David

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
Hiramalik   9/27/2012 11:56:02 AM
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I really like Iphone5 but Samsung galaxy is giving a tough competition. http://hiring.rozee.pk/ is a Employment Agency

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
goodput   9/26/2012 11:22:22 PM
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I was wondering if maybe the author has a job application in at apple. Unfortunately, now brainwashed fanboys are going to be able to back-up their nonsense with "the EETimes agrees with my position."

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
chanj0   9/26/2012 4:27:02 PM
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What interesting to me is the retina display. Why doesn't Apple go all the way to 720 instead of 640? If so, the number of content available w/o resizing is a lot more. Well! I assume A6 is capable to render 720 content and there is little concern of storage.

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
mcgrathdylan   9/25/2012 3:27:55 PM
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@truekop- this is from UBM TechInsights chief teardown engineer Chad Davis: “Yes, there were two MEMS microphones at the top of the phone and a large condenser type microphone at the bottom of the phone that resembled a speaker.” No word yet on the manufacturer, but I will try to find out. BTW, a listing of the major components in the handset (not including MEMS microphones) was added to the end of the article: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4396862/Teardown--Inside-Apple-s-iPhone-5?pageNumber=20

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
GREAT-Terry   9/25/2012 10:47:59 AM
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Interesting to know that the A6 indeed is so small. I hope to see more detail found with the A6 investigation. Will the ARM core used by Apple by totally different from anybody else?

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
elPresidente   9/24/2012 9:19:28 PM
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"The iPhone 5 is touted by many as the most innovative iPhone since the original" The most innovative thing Apple could do with an iPhone is thumb a nose at Jobs' corpse and make it run Flash - and they still haven't done it

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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
danlutes   9/24/2012 7:22:46 PM
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21 pages of advertising!

Ed608
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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
Ed608   9/24/2012 5:17:10 PM
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Why does it take multiple pages to read EE Times web articles? This one is 21 pages long!!! Come on EE Times, put the entire article on 1 web page and save us the unnecessary clicking. I know using the 'print' button will put everything on one page, but why do we need to do this extra step for every article?

Tupak
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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
Tupak   9/24/2012 3:13:01 PM
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The only problem is that from a pure technical point on view that is not that easy.

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