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[* black] Next, takecut the processor in half to take a cross-section photo.
[* black] There's only one way to get a nice cross-section photo of a processor [http://www.ifixit.com/Misc/iphone_processor_crossection.jpg|like this one]: Cut into it.
[* black] Next, takecut the processor in half to take a cross-section photo.
[* black] There's only one way to get a nice cross-section photo of a processor [http://www.ifixit.com/Misc/iphone_processor_crossection.jpg|like this one]: Cut into it.
[* black] Band saws are much too crude for this, so we actually grind through the processor slowly, taking off very small amounts of material as we go.
[* black] You can see why it can be tough to take a clear, solid photo of a package's cross-section. The processor is actually one of the larger packages in the iPhone, and still very finicky to handle. Imagine trying to do this with a package a tenth of its size.