Nano Disassembled

zozo
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in iPod + iTunes + AppleTV edited January 2014
http://suyama.co.jp/



Well... not really that MUCH to see

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 17
    arnelarnel Posts: 103member
    Already?!?!?!



    Crikey, that didn't take long!!
  • Reply 2 of 17
    crap! it's been /.ed anybody got a mirror?
  • Reply 3 of 17
    fngfng Posts: 222member
    Man that was fast. Both the take apart and the /.
  • Reply 5 of 17
    cool
  • Reply 6 of 17
    Other than seeing the inside, is there a reason people perform autopsies on Apple Products?
  • Reply 7 of 17
    yes, one reason is to see who makes the components... for example, a small company making a key iPod component could see a big increase in revenue
  • Reply 8 of 17
    cosmocosmo Posts: 662member
    did anyone else notice that in picture 5 the screen reads: "FireWire connections are not supported. To transfer songs connect the USB cable provided. Press Center to dismiss"





    seems odd that firewire is not supported.
  • Reply 9 of 17
    cosmonutcosmonut Posts: 4,872member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Cosmo

    seems odd that firewire is not supported.



    Cost and space-saving, most likely. If you can only put one or the other in, USB 2 is the right one to choose.
  • Reply 10 of 17
    Thanks for the heads up on the FireWire part.



    Looks like I have to invest on a USB 2 PCI card on my PowerMac G4.
  • Reply 11 of 17
    sc_marktsc_markt Posts: 1,393member
    Does anyone know if the battery in the Nano is easy to replace?
  • Reply 12 of 17
    maniamania Posts: 104member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by sc_markt

    Does anyone know if the battery in the Nano is easy to replace?



    does it look like it to you from the pics?
  • Reply 13 of 17
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Kenneth

    Thanks for the heads up on the FireWire part.



    Looks like I have to invest on a USB 2 PCI card on my PowerMac G4.




    not to get off-topic, but doesnt the powermac have a built in usb 2 port?
  • Reply 14 of 17
    According to PhoneScoop.com... this is probably just the first of a whole line of phones. I'm guessing (just like the iPod), they'll get better during each iteration.



    Phonescoop.com:

    "So what's next for iTunes on phones? We may see one more iTunes phone from Motorola before the year is out, or perhaps early next year, but don't expect anything radically different from the E1. The next iTunes phone will also be an existing model you're probably familiar with, just with iTunes software loaded. You won't have to remove the battery to swap memory cards, but otherwise the features will be nearly identical to the E1.



    2006, however, will bring much more interesting ROKR phones from Motorola, some with iTunes and some without. We snagged a brief glimpse of one such phone just a few weeks ago."
  • Reply 15 of 17
    fngfng Posts: 222member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by CosmoNut

    Cost and space-saving, most likely. If you can only put one or the other in, USB 2 is the right one to choose.



    If you have USB1 is will work. Just not as fast
  • Reply 16 of 17
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Knee Of Justice

    not to get off-topic, but doesnt the powermac have a built in usb 2 port?



    Well.. the PowerMac G5 is the first PowerMac which features USB 2.0 ports.
  • Reply 17 of 17
    jeffdmjeffdm Posts: 12,949member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Kenneth

    Well.. the PowerMac G5 is the first PowerMac which features USB 2.0 ports.



    Is there a list of suggested USB 2 cards? I have a PM G5, but if I add a USB 2.0 card, it doesn't sleep right, rather, it simply hangs when trying to sleep. Looking in some of the manual, it's a known problem with PM G4s too. I know I can use a hub (I am using one), but I'd prefer not to use one if I have open slots.



    I've tried a few different cards, all with NEC brand chips. One will sleep properly only if I don't have devices connected.
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