New Apple TV Teardown Reveals 8GB Storage, 256MB RAM, A4 Processor & More

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is powered by Apple ’s A4 processor. The marking on the processor K4X2G643GE is identical to the one found on the iPad and
iFixit has also discovered that it comes with an 8GB NAND Flash storage, which is pretty good for a $99 device. Apple is using the same Samsung K9LCG08U1M 8GB NAND Flash chip that it used in the
The size of the onboard storage is interesting as it means that Apple could open up the Apple TV platform, which currently
to developers sometime in the future. Steve Jobs has already commented that Apple will launch the
for Apple TV when the time is right.
Interestingly, iFixit has found an empty spot right next to the Samsung NAND flash storage that could accommodate another Samsung NAND flash chip, so Apple could introduce another Apple TV model with more storage in the future.
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