The IFixit IPhone 5 Teardown Reveals No Samsung Chips Inside

Posted: Sep 21 2012, 2:31am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
The iFixit iPhone 5 Teardown reveals no Samsung Chips Inside

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The iFixit iPhone 5 teardown is here. As always the iFixit Teardown has great photos of each step of taking apart an iPhone 5. Watch also the iPhone 5 teardown video from iFixit below.

iFixit took apart the iPhone 5 and identifies all chips used by Apple. Their iPhone 5 is not using any Samsung memory chips. The 16GB storage module is from Hynex and the 1GB RAM module is from Elpida. If this is true for all iPhone 5 units is not clear..

We have carried rumors that Apple tried to push out Samsung as iPhone 5 supplier as much as possible.

Read the full iPhone 5 teardown on iFixit. Watch the iFixit iPhone 5 teardown video below.

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