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Teardown of Apple's 4th-gen iPod touch
Posted By Svetlana Osipova On September 9, 2010 @ 1:13 pm In All,Hardware,Official,Other | No Comments
iFixit took Apple's latest iPod touch  apart to reveal its new features contained within, including the 640x960 pixel Retina Display , dual cameras, three-axis gyro and A4 processor. The iPad and iPod touch CPU includes 256MB of random access memory, or RAM, while the iPhone 4  has twice that - 512MB. "And no, there's no RAM upgrade slot," the site quipped.
The disassembly also found a singular antenna within the device that allows for Wi-Fi connections. It is situated near the front glass panel. The solutions provider also found that while the iPod touch has a rear camera that shoots lower quality photos than the iPhone 4, both devices have identical forward facing cameras for FaceTime video chat .
iFixit also discovered that the new speaker inside the fourth-generation iPod touch emits audio through a grill, as well as through the iPod dock connector. The site also found a mysterious white plastic piece that it could find no use for other  than to save space.
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