How big is the hard drive inside an IPhone 4?
In iPhone 4
iPhone 4 models are sold in 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB versions.
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Answer . Although they were available on large systems used by business, government and other institutions, hard drives in home computers were unheard of until at least the mid 1980's.. Even then, They usually cost more than the computer itself, and were physically large, coming in external encl…osures the size of a shoebox, and very heavy (noisy too). Yet the storage was only around 10 megabytes (give or take). It didn't even seem like much storage back then, since they could only hold the contents of a few floppy disks, at a very high price. The main advantage was the speed of accessing your files, but even that was much, much slower than today's disks.. It wasn't until the early 1990's that internal hard drives became a standard feature on PC's. (and only 30-40 mb at first!) . My first computer was in 1984 and was a Tandy computer made by Radio Shack. It didnt even have a hard drive. Everything was done with floppy disk. The big thin kind. I forget the size of it now. My first computer with memory was an IBM in 1990 and it had a whopping 500 mb of memory. Good luck. (MORE)
about 3 inches tall, 2 wide, and maybe a centimeter thick. it's really small considering all of the things it does.
Well, there are a few small sensor plates inside of an iPhone... you can see one of them if you look down the headphone slot far enough. Once they get exposed to water, they turn pink/red and can't be turned white again. So... your warranty is now void. They'll look at those sensors when you bring t…he phone in and turn you down. Now, if you can't afford a new iPhone just yet and want to save this one you have, here's what you do. Put a half-inch of dry white rice in a tupperware container, along with 4 or 5 unopened packets of that gel selica stuff that comes in shoeboxes. Turn off your iPhone and take off any case or skin on it, then lay it inside and close the lid. Leave it overnight. With a little luck, your phone will dry before there has been any corrosion to the battery. (MORE)
The first HDD was around 10MB in size, and got up to 700MB(1 CD). Then they got more expensive, and got up to 20 GB, and now they are 1 TB.(1024 GB)
An end user lacks the tools and expertise to successfully replace any of the hard drive platters. In addition, even if you could do it, you would likely have another problem. The platters have to be low-level formatted before they can be used, and IDE/PATA/SATA/SAS drives lack the ability to correct…ly format platters in this manner. So this would require special equipment. Then even if you could do all of the above, there might be differences in the metadata and firmware, and the platters still might not be compatible with the drive. (MORE)
\nYes! Well No, Well Sorta!\nDirect connection = No\n. \nHowever, if you have an external hard-drive on your wifi network, or if you want to use the hard-drive on your laptop then YES!\n. \nFileShareâ¢ will do this for you.
Hold the home and power buttons pressed for about 5 seconds until you see a white apple. You can also restore with itunes to reset to factory defaults.
It may help if you partition the drive first. You can't install it without an appropriate partition. There is also a slim chance that you have an unsupported chipset..
You can fit a 300GB hard drive in the palm of your hand. So, no.
Opening applications inside the PC is getting slow does it mean that your hard drive is about to fail?
Not usually. Over time computers do slow down due to "wear and tear" on the system parts. The best way to tell if a hard drive is about to fail is if the drive starts to make strange or loud noises that were never there before.
To find the size of the hard drive on a Mac you can select the hard drive in a Finder window and then select Get Info from the File menu. Alternatively you can select About This Mac from the Apple menu (top left corner) and then press the More Info button. In the left hand pane select Serial-ATA t…o reveal details in the right hand pane. Bear in mind that formatting and structuring of the disc takes up space so, for example, a 250GB hard disc may only show as 235GB. (MORE)
It depends on which one you bought. There are three kinds though and they are 20GB, 60GB, and the 120GB.
\nIt depends on what you plan to store on it, but usually 8 GB is more than enought for a laptop.
Height: 4.5 inches (115.2 mm) Width: 2.31 inches (58.6 mm) Depth: 0.37 inch (9.3 mm) Weight: 4.8 ounces (137 grams) . This is for the iphone 4.
\nIf it's a SATA connector, in one of the SATA ports.\nIf it's a ribbon cable (commonly called IDE cable, but that's incorrect), into the IDE connector on the Motherboard. (that's properly named)
I would, if you email me a photo of the inside (to alexzarach -at- gmail -dot- com)
15 gigabytes of free hard drive space is recommended, I believe. My program is currently using 17.2 gigabytes of my hard drive.
The four MAJOR components of a hard drive are USB Slot, The USB Cord, The Battery, And the other stuff sorry i only know 3 xxx Above is incorrect; The five major parts of a hard-drive are: Platter . The platter is the flat disk part of the hard drive. The platter is made up of a …hard material--usually aluminum, but it varies--which is coated by material with a magnetic charge. According to "The Complete Guide to A+ Certification" by Michael Graves, the magnetic material is the part of the platter which stores the data. The magnetic charges record zeros and 1s which can be interpreted as data by the computer. Each set of magnetic particles is organized in a collection in a unit called a bit. New hard-drive technology uses thin-film metals and glass platters to increase efficiency and drive storage capacity.. Heads . The heads read and write the information to and from the drive platter. Heads are also called read-write heads. The heads write bits of magnetic information onto the platter. The closer the head is to the platter, the more efficiently it is able to read information, but a close-mounted head is more likely to have contact with a platter, potentially damaging the information. Each platter requires one head for each surface of the hard drive that needs to be read simultaneously by the head. So, if you have a two-side platter in your hard drive, you need two heads to read the sides of the platter.. Actuator Arms . The actuator arm moves the read-write head to the proper area of the platter. The head of a hard drive is mounted on the actuator arm, which moves it in order to correctly read and write the information. The actuator arm also helps keep the head an optimal distance from the hard drive platter to preserve the drive's speed and efficiency and protect the disk.. Actuator Mechanism . The actuator mechanism moves the actuator arm into the right place to read and write data to the hard drive platter. A controller directs the actuator to the track which is slotted for the relevant information. Most hard drive manufacturers use either a motor or a magnetic coil to move the actuator arm into place.. Head Parking . Head parking is a vital part of the construction of a hard drive. Head parking maintains the small space between the head and platter, protecting the platter from suffering damage from the head. According to Graves, the head parking acts as a landing zone for the spinning platter for when the computer is powered off. Head parking can also protect the hard drive when the computer is lightly struck or jarred, but it cannot stop the hard drive from breaking when a severe blow is dealt to the hard drive, like a car accident or an angry kick to the computer.. (MORE)
Windows XP has no bearing on the hard drive size beyond what is needed to store it. Thus a hard drive on which Windows XP is installed can be anywhere from 1.5 GB to 3 TB.
Size and weight 1 . Height: 4.5 inches (115.2 mm) Width: 2.31 inches (58.6 mm) Depth: 0.37 inch (9.3 mm) Weight: 4.8 ounces (137 grams) Roughly the Height of A soda can .
Assuming that when you say system unit of a computer you mean the computer case A.K.A. the tower, then no, hard drives are not always installed internally. Hard drives can be in external enclosures, hard drive docks, and even network attached devices.
For today's hard drives the hard drive controller is on a circuit board on or inside the drive housing?
For today's hard drives, the hard drive controller is firmware on a circuit board on or inside the drive housing.
Lack of room, inadequete cooling, lack of sata connectors. In reality with a big enough case, enough fans and a pci sata card its pretty easy.
With the advent of IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics), manufacturers started including the drive controller in the same housing as the hard drive itself. This made for faster access times as well as fewer issues with moving a drive from one controller to another (as with MFM, RLL, and SCSI drives) … The controller acts as an interpreter, getting requests from the computer and taking control of physically moving the drive heads, controlling the spindle speed, self-diagnosis (S.M.A.R.T.) and so forth. (MORE)
The wii does not have a hard drive, it has a 512 MB chip inside of it. Hope this helps.
It has a stainless steel band and is covered with the glass used on bullet trains and helicopters, so it shouldn't be that easy to break
Because most 4 wheel drive vehicles are higher off the ground. A 4 wheel drive vehicle needs more ground clearance to keep anything on the underside from hanging up on rocks, roots, etc when driving off road. (4 Wheel drive is not needed for normal driving on standard roadways.)
To date, there are 3 iPhone models: iPhone 3GS, iPhone4, and iPhone4S. They all have the same display size and height, but vary in width.
Original Answer by Norfalka2545 Edited by Arianna Lovendino The answer is iPhone 4, because 3G is an advanced cellular network.If it were named "iPhone 4G", people may mistake the device for aniPhone 4G, when it is really an iPhone 3G. Hence, iPhone 4.
In November 2008 they released a 160 GB Fat PS3 CECHP01 that had the latest harddrive in the Fat models. Two 80 GB models (CECHK01 & CECHL01) were released in 2008 besides the 160 GB special edition
You can get it from websites or phone shops. Visit network provider websites to find their current pay monthly and pay as you go rates for an iPhone 4.
At&t or Verizon is coming out with one on February 10, 2011. Also the Apple store sells them.
No, it uses solid state memory. Hard drives have motors. The only motor in the iPhone is for the vibration function.
It is the 4th model of iPhone. But iPhone generations do not go from one up: 1. iPhone 2. iPhone 3G (because of 3G connection) 3. iPhone 3GS 4. iPhone 4. 5. iPhone 4S
Yes. The iPhone 4 contains either a 16GB or 32GB flash drive, depending on the model you purchased.
Yes. The iPhone 4 came out. For AT&T it came out on June 2010. For Verizon it came out on February 2011
Dreams in which driving is difficult reflect the dreamer's feelings of being out of control or having difficulty "staying on course" in real life.
Go on the internet, (safari) take pics go on itunes have really cool apps buy stuff from the app store litterally u can do everything.
You can purchase an iPhone 4 from Verizon Wireless or ATT. Those are the only two certified wireless carriers of the Apple iPhone. To buy the phone it is $199 for a 16 GB and $299 for a 32 GB phone with a new 2-year contract or contract renewal from either company.
Can you use your old xbox 360 hard drive on a 4 GB xbox 360 and it still play games What is the hard drive do?
I believe that the 4 gb xbox 360 you are talking about is the new slim. There is no way to use your old hard drive with the new slim xbox. You will need to buy a transfer cable to move your saved games to the 4gb hard drive.
it depends on what kind of computer you have, butreally you just would open the computer case, then unscrew the hardrive from the bracket and there you go.
it is a memory device that writes to or reads from "files". To the user a hard drive is just a memory kind of like a file cabinet. you could write a new document and file it away, or you read from an index and pick the file you want to read. its called a hard drive because of the evolution of compu…ter equipment over the past 100 years or so. At one time it was common to use magnetic tape or use a steel drum or steel tape. when the PC computer first came out everything was centered around the floppy drive, which was a thin flexible disk inside a square container, it would hold up to 1Mb of data. If you were lucky enough to have an internal disk drive, $500 for a 20Mb drive, documentation seemed to separate the two by saying the floppy drive and the hard drive. Thats probably how the term stuck. today its probably hard drive and dvd drive and USB flash drive. Also there is RAM memory that exists in tiny circuits, its fast but when power goes off the information is lost. a hard drive writes information that stays when power is off. What a hard drive does is store a computers information in a pre-defined file format (MORE)
my personal ones are 60gb 200gb and i am biuilding a new computer with a 500 gb in it
The Iphone 4 allows music to be played and hundreds of available applications from the Ipod store to be used. The big drawback is that it does not support flash.
"iPhone" refers to iPhones in general and not a specific model. "iPhone 4" is a specific model. So, they are technically not the same thing. It's more common for people to refer to their iPhone rather than their iPhone 4 though.
There are a ton of things you can do with an iPhone 4. You can make phone calls, send text/iMessages, email, download apps, FaceTime, etc.
Solid State Drive (SSD) and Magnetic Hard Drive. Pg.226: A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC. Jean Andrews8th Edition.
An average multimedia hard drive could be anywhere between 120GB and 1TB in capacity. If you are planning to connect your hard drive to an HD television, in should be at least 500GB in size.
You have got to buy a hard drive to be able to play battlefield 4(if you have 4GB)
Yes. If you get water inside your phone, the connections will began to break and certain functions on your phone will stop working, ie. it won't charge, or the home button stops working, or the speakers don't work. It's also possible to break your phone if you drop if from a really tall height, or… throw it against something. This is rare, but if your phone absorbs enough shock, some of the tiny pieces inside the phone can break off the logic board (which is the brains of the phone). The most common way to break the inside of the iPhone though is to try and repair something yourself! There are many different screws in many different sizes, and it's very easy to re-assemble your phone incorrectly if you take it apart. (MORE)