iPhone 4 teardown - 512MB RAM confirmed, Corning Gorilla Glass as well?
As expected, the moment Apple's new iPhone 4 hit the streets, iFixit nabbed it, took it back to the lab, and proceeded with an iPhone 4 teardown. Especially exciting:
UPDATE: Looks like the Retina Display may indeed be protected by Gorilla Glass!
The teardown is still underway and we'll update when they're done, but in the meantime you can catch the action via the link below.
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