How do we actually know that the 3G-nano uses WM1870 ?
The only references to this chip on the internets are on ipod-liberating sites who all seem to be quoting the same single source.
There is no mentioning of this chip on the 'wolfson'-site, no data-sheets to be found anywhere, etc etc ..
Doesn't it make more business-sense that the nano 3G would use the same codec as the other ipod released in 2007 ('Classic')? Robert 18:48, 31 October 2011 (UTC)"
- I doubt that it's a Cirrus one. The nano 3G uses the same SoC as the classic, but the power manager and audio codec seems to be different. A quick glance shows neither evidence of Wolfson or Cirrus, so feel free to dig into the disassemblies to find out more. --TheSeven 19:18, 30 October 2011 (UTC)
- I will dig in, as time permits .
- But, You agree that there is no actual proof of what codec the 3G-Nano uses ?