The new iPod Touch is available. Have you wondered what it looks like from the inside?
iFixit is here to solve that mystery. According to the website that specialises in tearing gadgets open, the iPod Touch 6 has a 1,043 mAh rated lithium-ion battery and 1GB of SK Hynix LPDDR3 RAM (the 2012 iPod Touch had a 1,030 mAh rated battery and 512MB of RAM).
The teardown also gives a look at the Apple A8 chip and M8 motion coprocessor. Other components include Toshiba NAND flash memory, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi module, InvenSense MP67B 6-axis gyroscope and accelerometer, Broadcom and Texas Instruments touchscreen controllers.
You can see the gallery next:
iPod Touch 6 teardown
These are the iPod Touch details I posted on Wednesday:
The new iPod Touch has a 64-bit A8 chip and an M8 processor, to track steps and elevation and is available in three models. It comes with a rear-facing camera of 8 megapixels and is available in five stunning colors including gold, space gray, silver, pink, blue and Product red. The 16 GB iPod Touch has a price of $199 while the iPod Touch of 64 GB costs $299. There is also a 128 GB model available at $399.
What do you think of the iPod Touch 6 teardown? Let me know in the comment section below.