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Prepared for yet another supposed look at the next-gen Apple iPhone? Matching up with previous leaks we have actually stated on, the elongated iPhone body with a miniaturized docking port and cleaned metal back has actually appeared once again, this time courtesy of iLab Factory. While many of its parts look astoundingly similar to what we’ve currently seen, this is the very first time we’ve gotten a solid look at it fully put together from all positions– well, aside from the missing SIM card owner. While many of its all-important innards are plainly absent, this assembly does come total with exactly what seems the locking bows for the screen and residence button. As consistently, get the obligatory spoonful of salt chloride, then inspect it out for yourself at the gallery and links below.
Gallery: Assembled next-gen iPhone?
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We have actually heard very a bit about the “iPhone 5″– or whatever it’ll be called– and we’ve already seen a handful of photos and a video presentation of the supposed next-generation Apple smartphone. Now we’re getting a complete photo of the component thanks to Chinese specialist iLab Factory. What’s different this time is that the phone is completely constructed in the shots provided by the internet site. There’s absolutely nothing terribly unexpected, and we’ll remain skeptical until Apple exposes the next-generation iPhone, however with a lot of matching parts appearing from a number of sources it’s close to impossible to discount the component as a fake. As a reminder, the component pictured is steady with reports proposing that Apple’s next iPhone will certainly have a smaller sized, 19-pin dock …
Question by bigjay71: Hobby Robotics kit. Soldered circuit and assembled but doesn’t work. Troubleshooting ideas/tips?
For my high school physics class we have been assigned a project where we must solder and assemble a circuit, so we picked an Escape Robot Kit. We soldered and assemble and it won’t work at all. There must be a problem with how we soldered or something. Any ideas of how to potentially quickly solve the situation?
Answer by Numbat
It will take as long as it takes.
Find a DVM and measure every voltage on the circuit with respect to ground (or -ve supply). Pencil them in on the circuit. Then sit down and consider how the circuit works and see if the voltages stack up. If you have a wrong voltage, look around that stage for an error. Work your way back towards the input until the voltages are correct.
Assume that the design and circuit are correct. Don’t attempt to modify the design. Just look for errors on your part. Don’t discount faulty components. Quite often new, out of the box components can be faulty.
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