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April 6, 2010

A look inside the Apple iPad A4 Processor

at 1:14 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, What Were They Thinking


Take one Apple iPad processor, some gentle abrasive action and look what you can see. The folks over at iFixit partnered with Chipworks to get a closer look inside the iPad to see what makes it tick. Turns out the iPad is basically a huge version of the iPhone 2G. The Apple A4 processor is in a POP package, this stands for package-on-package. The first package is for the microprocessor and one for the DRAM memory.




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2 Responses to “A look inside the Apple iPad A4 Processor”

  1. Pete Says:

    hmm… Where have I seen that IC before…

  2. NatureTM Says:

    Apple says this is a “magical” device. Which chip holds the magic and converts it to digital?

    Apple’s marketing has an inverse effect on me for some reason.

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