Apple’s latest set top-box has been torn down, disassembled and dissected by the talented iFixIt crew.
As expected, the iOS-powered device shares a similar spec list with Apple’s iPad, including: the same Samsung 8GB flash chip, Broadcom 802.11n Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/FM processor and the (now) ubiquitous ARM-based A4 SoC.
The latest version of Apple TV also boasts 256MB of RAM, a Panasonic manufactured WiFi board, along with 8GB of NAND Flash memory – which iFixIt speculates could be used for caching streaming content.
But perhaps most impressive of all is the fact that the slim and sexy set-top box consumes a mere 5.95 watts of power.
“The ease of repairing this device, integrated high-efficiency power supply, low 6-watt power consumption and efficient stand-by mode leads us to believe this may be the most eco-friendly set-top box of all time,” added iFixIt.
Additional specs include:
- HDMI output port.
- Optical audio out port.
- 10/100 Base Ethernet port.
- AC adapter port.
- Micro-USB (for service and support).
- Logic board, look to be a *perfect* match for a dock connector!
- Integrated power supply.
More pics can be viewed here.