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    Default [iPhone 3G] Removable battery kinda (No Soldering) :)

    Hi all

    Nice look inside the new iphone.

    http://live.ifixit.com/Guide/First-Look/iPhone3G

    Looks good - Removable battery )
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    well, at least we know it is a li-ion 3.7v bettery. Can anyone find the mAh for it? S/N does not seem to give any results

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    also any idea which of them is the GPS chip?

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    Great news!

    The LCD and touch panel now are separated components.
    That was a tremendous flaw on the first gen iphone.

    In the other hand, now the logic and comm boards are one component. That replacement will be very expensive...

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    Do you mean the FRONT glass is part of the LCD??????
    IDIOTS!
    No wonder apple wanted so much money to repair my scratched front.
    What kind of a moron glues the LCD to the most likely to get scratched part of the phone!


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    Quote Originally Posted by zenmaster View Post
    Hi all

    Nice look inside the new iphone.

    http://live.ifixit.com/Guide/First-Look/iPhone3G

    Looks good - Removable battery )

    Cool ! Very interesting........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyrofer View Post
    Do you mean the FRONT glass is part of the LCD??????
    Nop, now the front glass is glued with the touch panel, the LCD is a separated component. Just like the ipod touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rte View Post
    well, at least we know it is a li-ion 3.7v bettery. Can anyone find the mAh for it? S/N does not seem to give any results
    The model/type number is listed at the top: APC:616-0372

    Besides, the side bar on the article tells you:

    "We were all expecting a bigger battery, and I can't verify this, but this page references the part number on the battery and lists a capacity of 1150 mAh, not the 1400 mAh in the original. Can anyone dig up more information?"

    http://certificates.iecee.org/cbtest...6?OpenDocument

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighVoltage View Post
    The model/type number is listed at the top: APC:616-0372

    Besides, the side bar on the article tells you:

    "We were all expecting a bigger battery, and I can't verify this, but this page references the part number on the battery and lists a capacity of 1150 mAh, not the 1400 mAh in the original. Can anyone dig up more information?"

    http://certificates.iecee.org/cbtest...6?OpenDocument
    At the time of my post this line was not there, and my search on the serial number did not yeld the expected results (maybe my search skills suck).
    Anywho, I would have expected a better bettery :\ at lease 1400mah ... oh well. Maybe extended betteries will be available soon, at least it would be relativelly easy to replace.

    Thanks for the info btw

 

 

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