Notes

  • Apple A4 Teardown

    Quote from Chris Cline:

    GB is gigabyte, Gb (lower case b) is gigabit. 8 bits = 1 byte.

    Thank you. That makes sense. I appreciate the info.

  • Apple A4 Teardown

    Quote from Chris Cline:

    GB is gigabyte, Gb (lower case b) is gigabit. 8 bits = 1 byte.

    Thank you. That makes sense. I appreciate the info.

  • Apple A4 Teardown

    "Decoding this part number shows there is 2Gb of memory inside. This translates into ~128MB of memory per die, for 256 MB total"

    I'm sorry for being a noob, but I don't understand this sentence. If there is 2GB of memory inside how is there a total of 256MB?