Rapid Repair tore the new iPhone 3G S apart.  Inside they found a bunch of chips with numbers.  The brains are again a Samsung chip, but one unheard of before (or with a new label).

iPhone 3G S system board is shown on the left, right board is iPhone 3G.

 

CPU – Samsung
339S0073ARM
K2132C2P0-50-F
0N1480911
APL0298
N1TVY0Q 0919

NAND Flash Memory – Toshiba TH58NVG702ELA89
IA8816
TAIWAN
09209AE

System Memory – 337S3754
CMA
G0919
5Y9307885E4

Infineon – 36MY1EE
A9177314
Z171033B

Battery

APN: 616-0434
VPN: APPLE-08-003-01(GG)
Li-ion Polymer Battery: 3.7V 4.51Whr

 

 Lots more pictures over at Rapid repair.  Via Giz.

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