Even though we already know that Apple is going to unveil the iPhone 5 with LTE support later today, last minute leaks seem to further confirm all these speculations. New photos of an iPhone 5 logic board posted by HDblog.it (via MacRumors) clearly show a Qualcomm LTE chip, an A6 processor in addition to flash and other smaller chips.
Looking closely, the purported iPhone 5 logic board shows an Apple A6 processor, a Qualcomm MDM9615M LTE modem as well as the long rumored nano-SIM tray. Additionally, the board shows Hynix flash memory, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth chips are more:
“The other side of the logic board reveals flash memory from Hynix, as well as several other chips from the likes of Murata, Skyworks, and Avago supporting such functions as Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, power amplification, gyroscope/accelerometer, and more”.
It is interesting to note that Hynix appears to have replaced Samsung’s flash memory in the iPhone 5, the reason for which is not hard to imagine is it?