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I suspect he can't provide a reliable source for the manufacture of the Apple A6 SoC by Samsung (inferred arguments from your post since I block erroneous an fallacious content on this website).

At any rate, the Apple iPhone certainly isn't "full" of Samsung parts which was the fallacious original claim (inferred arguments from a previous post since I block erroneous an fallacious content on this website). .

You can disagree with GG but you won't find too many people on this forum that can do an exhausted search for evidence to back up their claims as well as he can.

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post #42 of 46
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He said not one part from Samsung. The processor is obviously and factually from Samsung isn't it, and sold to Apple (or Foxconn as the case may be)?

I wouldn't call that a "part" in the sense he used it. He listed the component in the iPhone, not the components in the A6. When he mentioned the A6, in regards to you, he mentioned manufacturing.
Edited by SolipsismX - 4/12/13 at 2:27pm

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All green again.  Crisis adverted.

 

Wouldn't that be all BLUE again? 

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Wouldn't that be all BLUE again? 

I know it's a niggling request but I would like for the Messages app to go from green to blue since that is what iMessages is within the app.

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post #45 of 46
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Originally Posted by SolipsismX View Post

Nice find, but you only get partial credit overall. The DRAM isn't a component of the iPhone 5, but rather a subcomponet as it's actually a component of the Apple A6 chip. This may seem like splitting hairs but remember that all component makers get their "materials" to create their components elsewhere, which often is another fully constructed component when it comes to computer HW.

He shouldn't even get partial credit. Obviously, Apple is sourcing from multiple vendors which is no surprise. So, perhaps partial credit of partial credit partial credit for Apple sometimes using a subcomponent of a component from Samsung.

Elpida 1GB LP DDR2 SDRAM


As I previously stated, "At any rate, the Apple iPhone certainly isn't "full" of Samsung parts which was the fallacious original claim (inferred arguments from a previous post since I block fallacious content on this website)."
Edited by MacBook Pro - 4/12/13 at 5:42pm
post #46 of 46
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You can disagree with GG but you won't find too many people on this forum that can do an exhausted search for evidence to back up their claims as well as he can.

I don't care. I don't read his garbage. I only notice when someone possibly worthy of a response does respond. I am sure he spends hours researching obscure, trivial data to support his fallacious claims. No rational person would spend their life arguing incessantly about the percent of xenon in the Earth's atmosphere in a forum devoted to the percent of argon in the atmosphere unless related to their profession.
Edited by MacBook Pro - 4/12/13 at 5:47pm
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