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I was thinking. You may not wanna take yours apart for the camera. if I take mine apart for documentation, its still under warranty (bless my certifications!) whereas for many others, its a warranty voider. Unless of course you have Apple's desktop cert, and I just dont know then by all means, tear that joker open!
Word. Long as your warranty isnt gonna be voided, all good.
Actually, we expect these to be very thin on user (or otherwise) servicable parts. Ram, airport, bluetooth and such may be about the only things we'll be able to order. I greatly expect that apple will be pushing mail in service with these.
Jacob, you shall have your photos!
On that wavelength, I've been planning a trunk server for a while. This works better than my G4 cube plans! Course, I'm tempted to skip the Stereo head, install an amp and eq, and then use a Griffin Radio Shark to get FM in the car. A total A/V setup in the car, with no stereo head. Now that would be badder than bad!
modyourmac, if I get around to doing the carputer, it will be headunitless. I will take the amp route, and maybe consider FM. Not sure, as I do not listen to the radio much anyway. Does that griffen device connect up to the car's antenna connector? Or, is there an adapter?
"Fix it 'til it Breaks."
Jacob - EiC & Director of Technology Mac Pro Quad 2.66 - 4GB RAM 160 GB SATA RAID 1 - 650 GB Storage Quad 19" Widescreen LCDs Accessorized to the Hilt
the griffin radio shark is actually designed as a radio solution for your desktop computer. It plugs in through USB and has its own software setup that makes the whole shebang work. As far as I know, it wont plug into your antenna. But, if you took it apart, I'm sure it might
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