It's safe to say that most of us who are waiting for our iPhone 3G S to come in or already have the device don’t want to rip it apart to see what's inside the device. Thankfully, others out there do want to know what the insides look like and take pictures to share with us.
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The gang at iFixit has received a new iPhone 3G S and taken the device apart. Raid Repair has also ripped a device apart. Rapid Repair says that about half the insides of the new iPhone have been changed.
The phone uses an ARM Cortex 8 600MHz processor, specifically a Samsung S5PC100. The processor is also reported to be underclocked from 833MHz to save battery power. The processor has the capability to handle 720p video and 5.1 surround sound.