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Mydesign
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Re: iPad2 Teardown
Mydesign   3/22/2012 1:03:54 AM
Dylan, thanks for the cross sectional view of IPad3. I got the new IPad 3, but not that much courage to unseal it for a cross sectional view.

Charles Murray
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Reverse engineering
Charles Murray   3/21/2012 9:07:33 PM
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Seeing the apparent ease with which UBM TechInsights tears it down, it's a wonder to me that Apple is so resistant in their interviews. It's difficult to get through an Apple interview without bumping into a "proprietary concern." Yet, it appears from this teardown that reverse engineering of the hardware must be commonplace.

Rob Spiegel
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Re: iPad2 Teardown
Rob Spiegel   3/21/2012 1:44:32 PM
I agree, Apresher. Interesting combination of a very simple body construction and a very complex board. 

apresher
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iPad2 Teardown
apresher   3/21/2012 8:49:59 AM
Dylan, Thanks for a great slideshow on the iPad3 teardown. Its' fascinating to see the simplicity of the design.

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