Inside the Apple iPhone 4

Using the iPhone is fun; tearing it apart to see what makes it tick is fascinating. Here, the results of the first full teardown of the new iPhone 4.

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    iPhone Teardown

    The front panel is removed from the iPhone 4 during iFixit's teardown of the phone in San Luis Obispo, California. Apple Inc's hot-selling next-generation iPhone sports chips from Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology and STMicroelectronics, according to an early teardown by technology firm iFixit. 
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    iPhone Camera -- Up Close

    The rear-facing camera is removed from the iPhone 4 during iFixit's teardown of the phone. The well-reviewed iPhone 4 goes on sale on Thursday in five of the world's biggest economies -- China and its guarded telecoms sector being a notable exception -- and consumers hoping to score the device are expected to throng stores.
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    Inside the iPhone

    The logic board is removed from the iPhone 4 during iFixit's teardown of the phone in San Luis Obispo, California June 22, 2010. Apple Inc's hot-selling next-generation iPhone sports chips from Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology and STMicroelectronics, according to an early teardown, or disassembly analysis by technology firm iFixit. 
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    Inside the iPhone

    The Broadcom chip is displayed during iFixit's teardown of the iPhone 4. The well-reviewed iPhone 4 goes on sale on Thursday in five of the world's biggest economies -- China and its guarded telecoms sector being a notable exception -- and consumers hoping to score the device are expected to throng stores.
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    iPhone, in Parts

    A view of a disassembled iPhone 4 during iFixit's teardown of the phone. Apple Inc's hot-selling next-generation iPhone sports chips from Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology and STMicroelectronics, according to the technology firm.
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