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[* black] Notable chips found on the logic board (click [http://guide-images.ifixit.net/igi/KjEnYiJxkqS2SKuI|here] for mega size):
[* red] Apple 1GHz A5 dual-core Processor with a 200MHz bus and 512 MB of RAMRAM manufactured by Samsung.
[* red] Apple 1GHz A5 dual-core Processor with a 200MHz bus and 512 MB of RAMRAM manufactured by Samsung.
[* orange] Toshiba TH58NVG7D2FLA89 16GB NAND Flash
[* yellow] Apple 343S0542 - this looks like the Dialog Semi power management chip found in last year's iPad - all of those inductors and capacitors surrounding it are a clue.
[* blue] Texas Instruments CD3240B0 11AZ4JT G1 touchscreen line driver, working with the Broadcom BCM5973 and BCM5974 chips shown above.
[* green] S6T2MLC N33C50V Power Management IC
[* black] The A5 processor has manufacture dates of late January and mid-February 2011. Production was clearly ramping up through the last minute. It looks like the A5 processor is the APL0498, replacing the A4/APL0398 seen in the iPad 1 and iPhones.
[* black] Apple-branded 338S0940 A0BZ1101 SGP. This looks like the Cirrus audio codec [link|http://www.chipworks.com|Chipworks] found in the Verizon iPhone, but they'll have to get it off the board to make sure.