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Ted8
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re: Teardown: Inside Apple's iPhone 5
Ted8   3/4/2013 10:00:04 PM
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Was it put back together? ;-) How about a tearup!

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bnowak0   2/6/2013 7:54:10 PM
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Another example of how reading comprehension and being an android sheep don’t mix well together. Go spill your anti-apple diatribe on twitter or fb, wannabe hipster.

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blacklepeard   10/10/2012 10:06:36 AM
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There is three MEMS microphone in i-phone5. I checked two MEMS Part no. The first of three microphones comes out of the iPhone 5 along with the Lightning connector assembly. It is safe to assume that the microphone located at the bottom front of the device is used for voice commands and voice calls. PART NO NE2606 MEMS microphone seems to be in digital microphone from Analog Devices or AAC. If you know a more detailed information , sharing reveal. The rear-facing microphone partners up with the rear-facing camera for recording video, and is also used for canceling out background noise when on calls. Part no S949 369S MEMS microphone is similar to Knowles MIC Part no. (Analog) and the other MIC information i don't get.

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truekop   10/6/2012 9:18:05 PM
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@goafrit,Dylan, This was the article which speculated ADI has the MEMS microphone socket in iphone5. http://www.investopedia.com/stock-analysis/2012/analog-devices-still-crawling-along-adi-lltc-onnn-mxim0823.aspx#axzz28YWP4WEl

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truekop   10/6/2012 9:10:55 PM
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@goafrit i think the mems microphone is from Analog Devices, not from ST or Knowles. I may be wrong, I found that information in some forum.

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goafrit   10/6/2012 7:45:15 PM
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Not Knowles. It is STMicro

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goafrit   10/6/2012 7:45:00 PM
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Yes. all smartphones do

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goafrit   10/6/2012 7:44:47 PM
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Samsung is going to use battery technology to knock out Apple

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jakeb3482   10/4/2012 5:06:35 PM
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Likely it is Knowles.

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