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November 08, 2012

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Despite the drawing, not all fans move air with a rotating blade.

Interferes with Steve's idea of zen and simplicity.

They are going to have to do some pretty serious noise suppression. When the fan starts on my laptop, it sounds like a 747 taking off and it has cooling ports all over the place, so with a small and very thin iphone ( maybe the iphone 6 and future generations wont be so thin? ), the fan could be on all the time. I have also noticed that iphones 5's get a lot warmer than most other phones when you are on a long phone call, so I guess it does prove that there is a limit to the processor speeds and thickness of phones.

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