IPhone 4G Gets Dissected, CPU Still A Secret

Posted: Apr 21 2010, 2:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:11am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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On Monday Gizmodo published what can be called the biggest gadget leak in tech history with an review of the iPhone 4G (fourth generation). In the review Gizmodo only showed a little bit of the inside to proof that is Apple made. I actually was not sure if Gizmodo dared to completely take the iPhone 4G prototype apart. Well they dared. There is now a complete iPhone 4G dissection online on Gizmodo.

Gizmodo did not go to the very end as they did not want to damage the iPhone 4G. This leaves the biggest question unanswered. Does the iPhone 4G run a custom Apple CPU like the iPad, which is powered by the A4. What we also still do not know is the screen resolution. It is rumored to be 940x640px.

Of course the new iPhone is yet another master piece in integration and the battery is not user removable as before.

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