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Wednesday, August 31, 2011
As the Steve Jobs left, many people come to pay more attentions to the development of iPhone and publishing of iPhone 5. There’s no denying that iPhone 4 has already got a great revolution in the storage space. According to the news, iPhone 5 is likely to reach 64GB.
Recently, Toshiba has updated the workmanship of flash memory chip by 24 nano technology. The latest Smart NAND series products taken use of this technology are likely to be a part of iPhone 5. That is to say, as long as thus flash memory has been applied, the 64GB storage space will be realized.
Based on 24 nano technology, the maximum chip storage space can reach 64GB, adapted to media player, tablet computer and other consumer electronics. Except for the larger storage capacity, this new chip has also improved the speed of reading and writing the data in the memory controller. All these chips can support the functions of ECC (error check and correction), which can relief the MPU main processor from data checking burdens.
The capacity of SmartNAND series chips varied from 4GB to 64GB. The versions, including 4GB, 8GB and 16GB has been released in April and May while the 32GB and 64GB versions will be brought into mass production from now on.
This news about Toshiba new flash memory has also proved that iPhone 5 will be equipped with 64GB storage space. Before then, someone has predicted that iPhone 4 will be with 64GB storage space. With the closing of iPhone 5 publishing, I think it is more likely to wait for a 64GB new version.
When the cell phone system is updating frequently at present, the chips need to be optimized and expanded in time to meet with the requirements of increasing applications and higher configurations. I hope Toshiba can bring us a different high-performance iPhone 5 by 24 nano flash technology.
by: USB Phone World