iFixit dismantled iPhone 13 Pro and showed all the details of the smartphone.
The first thing that catches your eye after removing the screen is the new Taptic Engine.
At first glance, it seems smaller than in the iPhone 12, but in fact it has become larger: 869.4 mm³ and 6.3 grams versus 764.27 mm³ and 4.8 grams in the iPhone 12 Pro.
The iPhone 13 has an L-shaped battery with a capacity of 11.97 Wh or 3095 mAh.
The motherboard has gotten even smaller. The SIM card module is now integrated into the board. It used to be a separate and replaceable part.
The earpiece speaker is no longer part of the TrueDepth camera system. To replace it, you will have to remove the motherboard.
Apple has reduced Face ID by 20% by combining a spotlight and a spot projector into one module.
Face ID can be detached from the display. But when you replace the screen, Face ID will stop working. IFixit suggests that the display can be tied to an iPhone by a serial number.
iPhone 13 Pro scored 5 out of 10 on the iFixit maintainability scale. This is the lowest result in the entire history of parsing iPhones.
Experts point out that the display, battery and most of the other components are very easy to change. But inside there is more glue and various screws that complicate the disassembly of the smartphone.
The rear window is still difficult to replace, and software limitations make repairs difficult for unauthorized service centers. [iFixit]
Source: iPhones.ru — Новости высоких технологий, обзоры смартфонов, презентации Apple by www.iphones.ru.
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