Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Photo motherboard iPhone 5 with A6 chip and LTE

The iPhone 5 will be presented in a few hours, but that does not stop us attentive to the rumors that are circulating the net. Specifically, a few minutes ago we had access to some revealing pictures on the insides of the new Apple smartphone.

As you can see, the board of the new iPhone is more elongated than that of previous models. This would confirm rumors of a narrower terminal that would reach 4 inches in diagonal screen.

However, two of the chips which incorporates the new terminal pleasantly surprised us. The first of these is the new processor A6, as you can see in the lower part of the image. It also assumes that incorporate up to 1 GB of RAM.

placa base iphone 5 a6 lte Foto de la placa base del iPhone 5, con chip A6 y LTE

As you recall, in February we heard that Apple was working simultaneously on the chip A5X, I finally took the heart of the new iPad , and the A6 chip, which seems to be going with the iPhone 5.

As if this were not enough, the images can also be seen MDM9615M Qualcomm chip. This is an LTE modem that will allow the new Apple smartphone navigate high speed mobility.

It also incorporates a flash memory module of the brand Hynix. This can be a sure sign that Apple is leaving to ask Samsung components, since the relationship between the two giants are not going through its best.

In any case, it is good to know that the iPhone 5 continues to improve its hardware, while the software. It is just over an hour to get out of doubt and see if the user wishes come true.

Important Reminder

It's official, the new iPhone 5 will be introduced by Apple on 12 September at 19.00 h (time of the Iberian Peninsula). If you want to follow the keynote live with us, you can do it from the following link:

Live presentation of the iPhone 5

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