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Apple

Model Device Type Connectivity Wireless connectivity Processor type Processor specs Processor vendor Processor model Memory (RAM) specs Memory (RAM) brand Memory (RAM) vendor Memory (RAM) model Flash IC specs Flash IC brand Flash IC vendor Flash IC model Stock OS Other IC(s) Other notable specifications Notes Source
iPhone 13 Pro Smartphone Apple Lightning Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC System on Chip ARMv8 Apple A15 Bionic APL1W07 6GB LPDDR4X SK hynix SK hynix H9HKNNNEDMMVHR-NEH 128GB NAND Kioxia (formerly Toshiba) Kioxia (formerly Toshiba) iOS Apple APL1098 PMIC; Apple 338S00762-A1 PMIC; STMicroelectronics STB601A05 PMIC; Apple 338S00770-B0 PMIC; Texas Instruments TPS65657B0 display PMIC; NXP Semiconductor CBTL1616A0 DisplayPort multiplexer; Texas Instruments CD3710A1 VCSEL array driver; Texas Instruments USB 2.0 dual repeater; ON Semiconductor DC-DC converter; Possibly a NXP Semiconductor PMIC; Possibly a NXP Semiconductor load switch; Apple/USI U1 ultra-wideband chip; Skyworks SKY58271-19 FEM; Skyworks SKY58276-17 FEM; Likely a Broadcom AFEM-8225 FEM; Likely a Skyworks SKY59723 PAM; Likely a Murata 141 RF switch module; Likely Broadcom filters; Alps HSCDTD00xA electronic compass; STMicroelectronics ST33Jxxx secure microcontroller w/ eSIM; Possibly an Apple/Cirrus Logic 338S00817 audio processor; Apple/Cirrus Logic 338S00739 audio codec; Apple/Cirrus Logic 338S00537 audio amplifier; Broadcom BCM59365 wireless power receiver; Likely an Analog Devices haptic driver; Qualcomm PMX60 PMIC; Apple 338S00616 PMIC; Texas Instruments LM3567A1 LED flash driver; ON Semiconductor DC-DC converter; Likely a STMicroelectronics DC-DC converter; Nexperia 74AVC1T45 3-state voltage level translator/transceiver; Nexperia LSF0101 1-bit bidirectional voltage level translator; USI 339S00761 WiFi/Bluetooth module; Qualcomm SDX60M 5G modem; Possibly a Qualcomm SDR868 5G RF transceiver; Broadcom AFEM-8215 FEM; Possibly a Skyworks SKY53838-17 FEM; NXP Semiconductor SN210V NFC controller with secure element; Likely a Skyworks SKY57217 PAM; Qualcomm QET510 envelope tracker; Qualcomm QET5100 envelope tracker; Likely a Qorvo envelope tracker; Likely a Skyworks SKY514xx RF switch module; Likely Skyworks RF switch; Likely Murata antenna switch module; Bosch Sensortec 6-axis accelerometer/gyroscope Memory IC part number derived from markings on the SoC package and is not directly mentioned by the article. iFixit https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPhone+13+Pro+Full+Chip+ID/144993, Anandtech (SoC specs) https://www.anandtech.com/show/16983/the-apple-a15-soc-performance-review-faster-more-efficient
iPhone 11 Pro Max Smartphone Apple Lightning Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC System on Chip Apple A13 Bionic APL1W85 4GB LPDDR4X SK hynix SK hynix H9HKNNNCRMMVDR-NEH 64GB NAND Toshiba/Kioxia Toshiba/Kioxia TSB4226VE9461CHNA1 iOS Apple APL1092 343S00355 PMIC; Cirrus Logic 338S00509 audio codec; Unmarked USI module, contains Apple U1; Avago 8100 Mid/High band PAMiD; Skyworks Solutions 78221-17 low-band PAMiD; STMicroelectronics STB601A0N PMIC; Apple/USI 339S00648 WiFi/Bluetooth SoC; Intel X927YD2Q (likely XMM7660) modem; Intel 5765 P10 A15 08B13 H1925 transceiver; Skyworks 78223-17 PAM; Qorvo 81013 Envelope Tracking; Skyworks Solutions 13797-19 DRx; Intel 6840 P10 409 H1924 baseband PMIC; YY NEC 9M9; STMicroelectronics STPMB0 929AGK HQHQ96 153915; Apple 338S00411 audio amplifiers; Texas Instruments 97A8R78 SN261140 A0N0T; Samsung S2D0S23 display PMIC; Analog Devices? AD5844CDA0 image stabilizer Possibly "H1925" and "H1924" on Intel ICs are date codes. https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iPhone+11+Pro+Max+Teardown/126000
iPhone 11 Smartphone Apple Lightning Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC System on Chip Apple A13 Bionic APL1W85 4GB LPDDR4X SK hynix SK hynix H9HKNNNCRMMVDR-NEH iOS Apple APL1092 343S00354 PMIC; Intel 9960 P10PSM modem and P10 406 transceiver; Apple U1 I7J9; Apple/Murata 339S00647 WiFi/Bluetooth SoC; Cirrus Logic 338S00509 audio codec Full chip ID not done for specifically the 11? iFixit https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iPhone+11+Teardown/126192
iPhone XR Smartphone Apple Lightning Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC System on Chip Apple A12 Bionic APL1W81 3GB LPDDR4X Micron Micron MT53D384M64D4SB-046 XT:E 64GB NAND Kioxia/Toshiba Kioxia/Toshiba TSB3243VC0428CHNA1 iOS Apple/USI 339S00580; NXP Semiconductor SN100V NFC controller; 3x Apple/Cirrus Logic 338S00411 audio amplifiers; Skyworks 203-15 G67407 1838 (likely a PAM); Infineon (formerly Cypress Semiconductor) CYPD2104 USB type-C port controller; Qorvo QM76018 RF FEM; Intel PMB9955 (likely the XMM7560 LTE Advanced Pro 4G LTE baseband processor), PMB5762 RF transceiver, and PMB5829; Apple 338S00383-A0, 338S00375-A1 power management ICs (possibly from Dialog Systems); Texas Instruments SN2600B1 battery charging IC; Apple/Cirrus Logic 338S00248 audio codec; Skyworks SKY13768 FEM; Broadcom BCM59355A2IUB4G Wireless Power Receiver; Texas Instruments LM3539 backlight driver; NXP Semiconductor CBTL161x display port multiplexer (likely); STMicroelectronics STB601A0 PMIC; Texas Instruments TPS65730 display power management; Texas Instruments LED driver (likely); Bosch Sensortec BMP282 pressure sensor; Bosch Sensortec accelerometer https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/iPhone+XR+Teardown/114123

Microsoft

Model Device Type Connectivity Wireless connectivity Processor type Processor specs Processor vendor Processor model Memory (RAM) specs Memory (RAM) brand Memory (RAM) vendor Memory (RAM) model Flash IC specs Flash IC brand Flash IC vendor Flash IC model Stock OS Other IC(s) Other notable specifications Notes Source
Zune 30 Portable Media Player 30-pin proprietary Zune connector, 3.5mm audio connector, internal 40-pin ZIF for HDD/SSD Wi-Fi System on Chip ARM1136 400-532 MHz Freescale i.MX31L (SCIMX31LVKM5) Mobile SDRAM, 64 MByte/512 Mbit Samsung Samsung K4M5132PC N/A N/A N/A N/A Windows CE Focus Enhancements FS456LF; Freescale MC13783VK; KSC KS3021 Wi-Fi module soldered to logic board; Wolfson Microelectronics WM???? audio codec 320x240 LCD, replaceable single-cell 3.7v lithium-polymer battery Internal 1.8" storage drive connected to the system via an internal 40-pin ZIF FPC. CrazyblocksTechnologies Computer Laboratories (Memory IC, processor, storage connector, other ICs), Andrew "bunnie" Huang (Memory IC, processor, storage connector, other ICs) https://www.bunniestudios.com/blog/?p=131, iFixit Andrew Optimus Goldheart (Memory IC, processor, storage connector, other ICs) https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Microsoft+Zune+30+GB+LCD+Replacement/1227, NXP/Freescale (more info on SoC) https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/fact-sheet/MC9328MX31FS.pdf [PDF].


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