Hard-working disassembly sleuths at iFixIT spent their Easter weekend tearing an iPad apart to explore the Apple-designed A4 processor which powers the device. iSuppli tore an A4 chip apart (above), revealing it to be an ARM processor featuring package-on-package construction to improve the speed and efficiency of internal processes. Inside they found the RAM modules sit close by the processor, a move which speeds access to memory, cuts power consumption and reduces latency….
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