Apple accidentally reveals iPhone 3G Chipset

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According to some exploratory work by, Apple has revealed the chipset that will be used in the 3G iPhone.

If these reports ring true then the 3G iPhone will be using the Infineon’s SGOLD3 “3.5G” processor. This new Infineon hardware will not only add 3G over HSDPA but will also run at 7.2 megabit per second spec — twice the speed of the 3.6-megabit access seen on the majority of HSDPA networks.

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