Tag Archives: Internal

MacBook Air 11-inch internal layout remains unchanged

During yesterday’s WWDC keynote, one of the biggest announcements on the hardware side was the all new line of MacBook Airs that was unveiled by Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller. Schiller announced the new ultra-thin laptops that included drastically increased battery life, much faster graphics, and the new Haswell Intel processors inside. With…

iMac teardown hits the web

I’ve always found it incredibly unfair that whilst us ordinary folk are still waiting for our Apple products to arrive, there are people in the tech world who are already taking them apart, just so we can see what’s inside. A teardown of the latest iMac was inevitable, and it’s finally here. The dismantling was conducted by Japanese bloggers Kodawarsian,…

iPhone 5 teardown reveals A6′s inner workings

A partnered teardown run by iFixit and Chipworks has revealed Apple’s A6 processor, and its customer configuration. Before the surgery, we knew the iPhone featured 1GB of RAM, a dual-core CPU and a triple-core graphics layout. The general consensus of the observation appears to suggest that the ARM chip looks “homespun”. It doesn’t have the same…

iPhone 5 teardown surfaces

I’ve always found myself a little bemused by iDevice teardowns… Rather than satisfy the cravings of the internet, that poor iPhone you have dismantled could have been donated to a good cause, me for example. (Sadly, I won’t be getting the iPhone 5 anytime soon). However, I guess I’d prefer to see the components in a controlled environment, rather than…

Steve Jobs stars as FDR in ’80s Apple film

There’s a weird video floating around the web today that features the late Steve Jobs as Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a WWII themed video called “1944.” In the video, Jobs’ Roosevelt rallies Apple troops against the “blue blob,” otherwise known as IBM, Apple’s main competitor at the time. The video reportedly cost $50,000 to make and was a follow-up to…

New iPad with Wi-Fi problems? Apple is investigating it

A new internal memo has been sent out to Apple employees detailing what staff should do when confronted with Wi-Fi issues on the new iPad. According to the leaked screenshot above, staff should “capture” (code: take it and send it for testing) any faulty iPads along with all original accessories. It’s important to note that this doesn’t apply to…