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オリジナル投稿者: Sergiu Partenie ,

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Airplane Mode is easier and faster :)

As WiFi is on a separate module it looks like you can do it, but you'll also lose BlueTooth.

There's no telling if iOS will boot OK afterwards if that chip is not detected at boot time.

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The Murata Wi-Fi SoC module actually comprises a Broadcom BCM4334 package in addition to an oscillator, capacitors, resistors, etc. You can see all the components in the X-ray (third image).

Murata assembles all of the components together and sends their package to Foxconn, where it eventually ends up on the iPhone's logic board. Chipworks said it best: "Murata makes a house that is full of other people's furniture."

Here are the die images for the Broadcom BCM4334, fabricated in Taiwan at TSMC on a 40 nm CMOS process. Its key features:
- Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)
- Bluetooth 4.0 + HS
- FM Receiver
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