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Old Nov 20, 2012, 11:53 PM   #1
bniu
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Is this why iPad is still at 64GB?

The first iPad had 2x32GB chips. Then each subsequent iPad has been capped at 64GB. Looking at an ifixit teardown, it looked like to me there is now only space for one chip. Is it true that iPads now use just a single flash chip instead of 2?

If this is true, does anyone know when 128GB chips will become common?
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