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The iPhone 4S teardown by iFixit confirms 512MB of memory, a slightly improved battery, and an Apple A5 chip that appears to more or less the same as the one in the iPad 2.
The iPhone 4S has spilled its innards and shown us know every bit of technical info we could want. All is revealed here.
App registration codes pulled by a developer show a single device with unique mobile network identifiers belonging to Verizon and AT&T, TechCrunch says.
Verizon CFO says he believes a future iPhone from Apple will be able to tap into both CDMA and GSM networks, giving customers a way to use their phones in more places.
An iFixit teardown of Apple's Verizon iPhone 4 exposes a new Qualcomm chip and a redesigned antenna, among other changes to the erstwhile AT&T-only phone.
Ripping apart the new Verizon US iPhone 4 has revealed Qualcomm's Gobi chip lurking inside. We think this could spell good news for anyone roaming with an iPhone 5 or iPad 2 in the future.
Communications chipmaker will add LTE connection technology to its Gobi modems, which allow for switching between different providers.