What microprocessors are used in apple iPods?
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Today, micro processors are included in almost any electronical device: computers, and any computer-like device such as mobile phones, PDAs, digital video cameras or recorders, digital cameras, etc. Microprocessors are also used in many cars (or: vehicles in general), domestic appliances like washin…g machines, refrigerators, microwave ovens or coffee makers. Basically, almost any electronic device, or device that uses electronics, employs some form of a micro processor. The group of devices using micro processors even extends to those devices that were traditionally pure electrical, or electro-mechanic, devices such as light switches or light bulb holders, thermostatic raditor valves, and so forth. With intelligent building control technologies, those devices are increasingly converted into smart, computerized, electronics devices that have local intelligence (by way of a local micro processor), and communicate through networking technologies similar to the way your PC communicates with this site via the Internet. Answer There are actually 2 microprocessors in the iPhone: The processor and the baseband. The baseband controls wireless functions of the iPhone such as bluetooth and telephone connection. This processor is a resource to the main processor which is used to control the user interface and higher-level systems of the Phone, such as applications that the user is likely to interact with. (MORE)
Microprocessor Used In Mobile Phones . ARM ARM 11 332 MHz processor Intel XScale PXA270 processor
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nFor most iPods, the cable used to connect an iPod to a computer (Mac or PC) is an iPod USB cable. On the iPod end, there is an iPod dock connector, and on the other end, there is a USB connector.\n. \n. \nThere have been (and are) several exceptions as of this writin…g (November 2007):\n. \nThe original 1st and 2nd generation iPods were only available for Mac, and connected via 6-pin to 6-pin FireWire (IEEE 1394a) cables. These models had an actual scrolling wheel that moved, and are arguably the iPods that most resemble 'bricks'.\n. \nThe 3rd generation iPod was the first model available for use with Windows, and is distinguished by the row of four round buttons below the screen, separate from the clickwheel. This model came with an iPod USB cable and/or an iPod FireWire cable, and could sync via either interface.\n. \nThe 4th generation iPod did away with the four buttons, and was available at first in black and white, then in color as the 'iPod Photo.' This generation could also use both iPod USB and iPod FireWire cables for syncing and charging.\n. \nAll iPod mini models could also sync and charge on both iPod USB and iPod FireWire cables.\n. \niPod shuffles (1st generation) had a USB plug built right into them, and could plug directly into a USB port.\n. \nThe iPod shuffle (2nd generation) has a custom dock that ships with it. The dock has a custom cradle with single plug that resembles a headphone plug that charges and syncs the iPod shuffle on one end, and a USB plug on the other end. (MORE)
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well with this a microprocessor is use in any computer and or device that siamliary acts like a computer. a microprocessor is a CPU. which is like a brain to a computer or device that acts like a computer.
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Microchips and processors deal with electronic signals that vary. Atransistor is used to switch between two different electronicsignals and can also amplify the signals really quickly.
Mobile telephones communicate with the mobile phone network using digital technology, yet the voice communication that still provides for the majority of mobile network traffic is purely analogue. A mobile phone must therefore convert voice communications into digital signals that can be transmitted… over the network and it must convert digital signals received over the network into analogue voice data that can be heard by the mobile phone's user. (MORE)
ok well just recently they rename the ipod to ipod classic and the ipod nano is still the same. ipod classic is bigger in size, has bigger screen, holds more songs etc.. if u live in the US then here r the prices:. iPod Nano - 4GB - $149. iPod Nano - 8GB - $199. iPod Classic - 80GB - $249. iPod… Classic - 160GB - $349 (MORE)
In many engineering schools the 8085 processor is used in introductory microprocessor courses. Trainer kits composed of a printed circuit board, 8085, and supporting hardware are offered by various companies. These kits usually include complete documentation allowing a student to go from solder to… assembly language programming in a single course.. (MORE)
In Microprocessor based system devices are connected n parallel through the bus in this situation it is required that one device is interact with the bus at a time .If more than one device make communication wid bus then more then one signal is places that they will produce damaging current known as… Bus Contention. To avoid bus contention tristate buffer are placed between buses and peripheral... . (MORE)
If you are wants You must by Microprocessors are used in fridges,central heating systems, washing machines, dish washers, DVDplayers, computers and TVs :) It is present in all automatic home appliances
your answer is like this.. (What is a brain used for?) microprocessor is brain of computer.. it calculate all the arithmetic & logical calculations... it controls all the devices & tasks...like our brain controls the balance of the body & our hands,legs,mouth.. etc....
The binary code wich uses only two simbols, the zero and the one, actually is used to create the programs that instructs the mechanical parts of the computer such as the microprocessors how to work or what to do.
Most newer automobiles (cars and trucks) utilize a microprocessor that controls many engine functions. Such as fuel pressure/volume, ignition timing, and emissions control systems.. It is sometimes called the Electronic Engine Control system (EEC). There are after market processors that can boost h…orsepower in some applications, these are sometimes referred to as "the chip". Others can be reprogrammed by using a serial port connection to another computer and a special program.. Then like everything else some cars also use microprocessors to control the air conditioning, radio, ride stabilisation anti-lock brakes, anti-theft devices, and even the door, headlight, and key chimes. (MORE)
Mask ROM (MROM) refers to a kind of ROM (read-only memory) whose contents are programmed by the integrated circuit manufacturer (rather than by the user). The terminology "mask" comes from integrated circuit fabrication, where regions of the chip are masked off during the process of photolithograph…y. . It is common practice to use rewritable non-volatile memory - such as UV-EPROM or EEPROM - for the development phase of a project, and to switch to mask ROM when the code has been finalized. For example, Atmel microcontrollers come in both EEPROM and Mask ROM formats. . The main advantage of mask ROM is its cost. Per bit, mask rom is more compact than any other kind of semiconductor memory. Since the cost of an integrated circuit strongly depends on its size, mask ROM is significantly cheaper than any other kind of semiconductor memory. . However, the one-time masking cost is high and there is a long turn-around time from design to product phase. Design errors are costly: if an error in the data or code is found, the mask ROM is useless and must be replaced in order to change the code or data. . Some integrated circuits contain only mask ROM. As of 2003, four companies produce most such mask ROM chips: Samsung Electronics, NEC Corporation, Oki Electric Industry, and Macronix.  . Other integrated circuits contain mask ROM as well as a variety of other devices. In particular, many microprocessor chips include an area of mask ROM to store their microcode. Some microcontroller chips include an area of mask ROM to store the bootloader or all of their firmware. (MORE)
To upoad to the ipod, yes, but you can retrieve music from anywhere to place on itunes.
\nJust the cost of the paid apps (and possibly internet connection fees if they apply)
The original 1977 Apple II had a MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor running at 1 MHz.
Trying to see what your asking there... Has Apple released the iPod Mini? If that's the question, no, no it hasn't.
All iPods are designed in California and assembled in China. They are sold all around the world.
as the name suggests processors does the process only. basically CPU does the process only but controllers processes as well as controls so that's why we are using processors.
the ipod touch and apple ipod touch are exactly the same, but if you get it in the apple they will tell you all about it and set you up and everything, any other will just sell it and try to make you get the one year thing in case it breaks or something.
You Must have the app (However much it costs) and then a wifi and its free!!!! Sources: I have the touch
as we know that the core of the intelligent robot is its programming and as it is made up of electronics to control it assembly language programming is important so microprocessor is used in robotics.
You create it through another account, such as parent to child with you as the child.
It is a group of 8 buffers. The upper byte of 16 bit address is stored in this latch and then it is made available to the peripheral devices. By:- Samridhi Mangla
Internally, the computer processes bits - ones and zeroes. Hexadecimal is a shorthand form of writing those values, or of showing them to humans - every hexadecimal digit corresponds to four bits. Conversion from binary to hexadecimal is fairly easy; converstion between binary and decimal is more co…mplicated. (MORE)
Different cars use different microprocessors, and as cars get more sophisticated, they have more types of microprocessors. The original Prius had more computing power in it than was used, in space and on Earth combined, for the first mission to put people on the moon, I am told. That car had multipl…e computers for multiple jobs, and they did not all use the same processor. (MORE)
The full-size pre-color display iPod models -- the original iPod, iPod 2G, iPod 3G, iPod 4G, and iPod U2 Special Edition -- all use Chicago, the same font used for the original Macintosh interface. The iPod mini and iPod mini 2G use Espy Sans, the same font used on the Newton. iPods with color… displays -- starting with the iPod photo and continuing to the iPod (5GE) models -- use a font called "Myriad", and the iPod classic models, iPod nano 3G, iPod nano 4G, iPod nano 5G, and the iPod touch models use Helvetica, like the iPhone. (MORE)
A microprocessor incorporates most or all of the functions of a computer's central processing units on a single IC, or microchip. The first microprocessors emerged in the early 1970s and were used for electronic calculators using binary-coded decimal (BCD) arithmetic in 4-bit words. Other embedded u…ses of 4-bit and 8-bit microprocessors, such as terminals, printers, various kinds of automation etc., followed soon after. Affordable 8-bit microprocessors with 16-bit addressing also led to the first general-purpose microcomputers from the mid-1970s on. (MORE)
Microprocessors are in almost every modern electronic device - from the smallest wrist-watch to the largest ships !
they help find little details that may be hard to see with the naked eye
Well,technically,the order of the microprocessoruse is very simple. 1.the fetch code 2.the decode code 3.the execute code
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There are most popular two brands on Microprocessor. one is Intel and second is AMD. in Intel now a days Intel Pentium processors (Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7) are used. where in AMD theres Phenom and Athlon series used.
I'd say yes. I have an Apple iPhone 4 in Iran and it's working perfectly. But it's difficult to buy applications. so you sort of "have to" use cracked ones.
Apple ipods are primarily used for listening to music. Songs must be loaded onto most ipods with a computer. This can be helpful when exercising or engaging in other activities, although you should not listen to music through headphones while driving. Variants of the ipod, such as the itouch, can al…so play videos, games and run applications, which can be free or for a fee and are downloaded with a computer or over a wireless network. It is best to list what you need in your music player, then shop around for different apple products and products from other companies before purchasing an ipod or an ipod variant. (MORE)
There are many places online where people sell used ipod. I would tend to look for refurbished ipods sold through established businesses; that way you get a warranty. You can buy refurbished ipods on Amazon.
to initialise the chip in microprocessor....that is for which purpose we are going to use it......
Microprocessor is used where we require more m/m and data. microcontroller is best option for inverters,but in a case if we want to improve, or want to make it advance such as with some conditions then we use microprocessor
Yes you can use the same ID. It's not a good idea to let someone else use your ID though as they will be able to use your details to pay for apps etc. If you, yourself, have two iPods and wish to use the same ID then this is a lot safer.
Using BJT technology alone would not make a viable microprocessor, as power consumption and heat dissapation would become problematic. Mixed technology BiCMOS complicates the manufacturing process, increasing the shelf cost of the end product.
There are 5 Generations of Micro processor . 1.4 bit micro processor. 2.8 bit micro processor. 3.16 bit micro processor. 4.32 bit micro processor. 5.64 bit micro processor.
Xeon by Intel and Operon by AMD have server dedicated processors in their line-up. Imagine these processors as being quite similar to end-user processors, with minor tweaks that make them function more optimally in the demanding server environment.
Depends entirely on what you need it to do-- If you're going to be using extremely high-end, heavily threaded applications, then an i7 may be your best bet, due to its extensive performance. A cheaper alternative for extremely threaded applications is the cheaper FX 8-core processors. Other than thi…s, your rundown becomes budget vs performance. AMD Phenom II quad cores are an excellent budget part, and are still performing on a level relevant in today's world. Intel parts take the cake performance-wise almost universally, but are typically far more expensive pound-for-pound. (MORE)
Apple used many advertising campaigns such as television commercials, public places, wrap advertising, and print ads. They spent billions of dollars to promote their product which is why they are the big shots today.
Used Apple iPods may be purchased from different sellers on eBay. Craigslist as well as any local trade papers or newspaper classified ads will offer these listed for sale locally.
The AMD 885 is a socket 940 microprocessor. It is part of the core of a computer system. It is, essentially, the brain of the entire computer and is a most necessary part.
Currently Intel . Before that it was IBM and Motorola ( Freescale ). Before that for the Apple I, Apple ][, and Apple III it was MosTek .