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Old July 13, 2010, 10:33 AM
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Yeah, the 3G has an ARM11 412MHz processor and 128MB RAM. Where as the 3GS has an ARM Cortex A8 600MHz CPU with 256MB RAM. So quite a difference. Not to mention, I've heard the A8 CPU is actually an 800MHz CPU that's been underclocked due to heat. Not sure if that's true or not.
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Old July 13, 2010, 11:32 AM
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Saw this over at Hardocp, I barely gove a crap about it, but figured I would forward it to the iPhone folks messing around with the new OS:
Reports: iOS 4 upgrade kills old iPhones’ Wi-Fi - Yahoo! News

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Numerous threads have cropped up on Apple’s support forums in the last few weeks outlining the problem: After the OS upgrade, the iPhone will no longer pick up the presence of Wi-Fi networks at all. Reverting to the old iPhone operating system does not resolve the problem, nor does resetting the phone to factory-original status. Forum posters posit that the upgrade in some way has “fried” the Wi-Fi chip in the phone, leaving it unfixable via software.
Obviously this does not happen to everyone, but something to be aware of i think.
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