||iPod: 32 GByte flash ROM, 128 Mbyte RAM
iPhone4: 32 GByte flash ROM, 512 Mbyte RAM
||iPod: 480x320 pixel, color
iPhone4: 960x640 pixel,
||iPod: 533 MHz ARM11 CPU
iPhone4: 800 MHz ARM Cortex-A8
||iPod: Slightly over 300 Euro in August 2009
iPhone4: 150 Euros in November 2010, with mobile phone contract at 50
Euro/month with data flatrate.
||Built in, charged over USB-cable
||Length 11cm, Width 6.2cm, Height 0.9cm
good old calculators are back! A wide variety of good old calculators
is now (August 2009) available for the iPod: In addition to the ones
shown above a variety of HP-12s, a HP-15C and also HP16C.
that on the iPhone or iTouch it is possible to take a screenshot by
pressing the "Home" key on the front and then the "Standby" key on the
top edge simultaneousely. The screen will go white briefly and the
screenshot will be saved in the "Saved Pictures" folder on the iPhone.
It can be downloaded from there as a 320x480 pixel PNG file when the
iPhone is connected per USB to a computer (the iPhone should shows up
as a removable drive in Explorer).
is interesting how these calculator clones are implemented. Only if the
ROM code is used it can be expected that calculation results and
program execution is absolutely identical to the hardware exemplar.
Some soft calculators do indeed produce the same "Forensic Result"!