How big is the hard drive inside an IPhone 4?
iPhone 4 models are sold in 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB versions.
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Youtube's hard drive is approximately 789.4 Petabytes. 1 petabyes = 1 million gigabites
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To find the size of the hard drive on a Mac you can select the hard drive in a Finder window and then select Get Info from the File menu. Alternatively you can select About T…his Mac from the Apple menu (top left corner) and then press the More Info button. In the left hand pane select Serial-ATA to reveal details in the right hand pane. Bear in mind that formatting and structuring of the disc takes up space so, for example, a 250GB hard disc may only show as 235GB.
It depends on which one you bought. There are three kinds though and they are 20GB, 60GB, and the 120GB.
it is very big.. tb (: x
It comes in 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB flash drive.
It has a stainless steel band and is covered with the glass used on bullet trains and helicopters, so it shouldn't be that easy to break
This hard drive is 2,1GB.
No, it uses solid state memory. Hard drives have motors. The only motor in the iPhone is for the vibration function.
Yes. The iPhone 4 contains either a 16GB or 32GB flash drive, depending on the model you purchased.
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no because the 3/3gs are curved and the 4 isn't
1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, PowerVR SGX535GPU, Apple A4 chipset
it depends on what kind of computer you have, butreally you just would open the computer case, then unscrew the hardrive from the bracket and there you go.
it is a memory device that writes to or reads from "files". To the user a hard drive is just a memory kind of like a file cabinet. you could write a new document and file it a…way, or you read from an index and pick the file you want to read. its called a hard drive because of the evolution of computer equipment over the past 100 years or so. At one time it was common to use magnetic tape or use a steel drum or steel tape. when the PC computer first came out everything was centered around the floppy drive, which was a thin flexible disk inside a square container, it would hold up to 1Mb of data. If you were lucky enough to have an internal disk drive, $500 for a 20Mb drive, documentation seemed to separate the two by saying the floppy drive and the hard drive. Thats probably how the term stuck. today its probably hard drive and dvd drive and USB flash drive. Also there is RAM memory that exists in tiny circuits, its fast but when power goes off the information is lost. a hard drive writes information that stays when power is off. What a hard drive does is store a computers information in a pre-defined file format