Resumen del Video

Introducción

Hace diez años, Apple introdujo el primero iPhone y cambio el mundo. Hoy, estamos desmontando la decimaoctava iteración—el iPhone X. Con sus bordes redondos y pantalla de borde a borde, estamos seguros que este es el iPhone que Steve imaginaba—pero ahora que su sueño se ha realizado, sera tan influyente como el primero? El tiempo dirá, pero por ahora, estaremos haciendo nuestra parte en ayudarte decidir. Acompáñanos mientras abrimos la joya de la corona de Apple para ver que es lo que la hace brillar.

Muchas gracias a Circuitwise por hospendando nuestro desmontaje, Creative Electron por las imagenes de rayos X, y TechInsights por IC ID.

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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your iPhone X, use our service manual.

¡El iPhone X esta aquí! Esto es lo que esta por dentro: Chip "Bionic" A11 con motor neural y con co-procesador de movimiento M11. Pantalla Super Retina HD OLED multitouch "toda pantalla" de 5,8 pulgadas con resolucíon de  2436 × 1125 (458 ppi)
  • ¡El iPhone X esta aquí! Esto es lo que esta por dentro:

    • Chip "Bionic" A11 con motor neural y con co-procesador de movimiento M11.

    • Pantalla Super Retina HD OLED multitouch "toda pantalla" de 5,8 pulgadas con resolucíon de 2436 × 1125 (458 ppi)

    • Doble cámaras de 12 MP (ángulo-ancho y telefoto) con aperturas de ƒ/1.8 y ƒ/2.4 y OIS

    • Cámara TrueDepth de 7 MP con apertura de ƒ/2.2, grabación de video en 1080p HD, y Face ID

    • Compatible para carga-rapida y carga inalámbrica Qi

    • Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac con MIMO + Bluetooth 5.0 + NFC

Which iPhone X model number are you investigating?

Dimitar - Contestar

I think we can safely assume it’s the global A1901 model. Both other models are country specific according to EveryMac.com: A1865 for China and A1902 for Japan.

addvariety - Contestar

A1865 is for US Verizon and Sprint too

Sam Sun -

On-cell display or in-cell display?

Albee Einstein - Contestar

1901 is not global. It’s the GSM only version with the inferior Intel chips. The Qualcomm 1865 is the global/unlocked version.

Xiao - Contestar

Great iPhone X Teardown. I would like to modify OLED and design one for my iphone 8.

mini - Contestar

El iPhone ha recorrido un largo camino en diez años—tanto, que sin embargo, el diseño ha circulado de regreso un poco, y este iPhone se parece más al original de los que hemos visto en el pasado. Excepto por supuesto por bulto de la cámara, un borde brillante de acero inoxidable, un respaldo de vidrio, y un conector Lightning... Igual como el iPhone 8 anteriormente este año, Apple ha removido las marcas reguladorias del respaldo del iPhone X.
  • El iPhone ha recorrido un largo camino en diez años—tanto, que sin embargo, el diseño ha circulado de regreso un poco, y este iPhone se parece más al original de los que hemos visto en el pasado.

    • Excepto por supuesto por bulto de la cámara, un borde brillante de acero inoxidable, un respaldo de vidrio, y un conector Lightning...

  • Igual como el iPhone 8 anteriormente este año, Apple ha removido las marcas reguladorias del respaldo del iPhone X.

Here in Ireland (and I guess across the EU) we have the ‘Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China’ text, the CE mark and the ‘no dumping’ bin graphic still in place.

Tom Mooney - Contestar

Anyone who thinks the markings on the back of the iPhone will influence whether it is recycled (rather than the trade-in value, accessibility of recycling facility or a customer’s own environmental awareness) has probably shoved a spudger too far up their nose.

jessedouglas - Contestar

Where did you get that minty fresh first-gen iPhone? Is it part of iFixit’s collection?

lelandjordon - Contestar

I enjoy the snarkiness in these teardowns (see “10-ray”, below), but the ‘gorsh I hope them recyclers get the hint’ was just stupid.

Patrick - Contestar

Antes de empezar, vamos a obtener unas imágenes de rayos X de nuestros amigos de Creative Electron. Esto es lo que entramos: No una, pero dos celdas de batería. ¡Eso es la primera vez que vemos esto en un iPhone!
  • Antes de empezar, vamos a obtener unas imágenes de rayos X de nuestros amigos de Creative Electron.

  • Esto es lo que entramos:

    • No una, pero dos celdas de batería. ¡Eso es la primera vez que vemos esto en un iPhone!

    • Una huella de una placa lógica pequeña. Basado en los puntos de soldadura, parece que hay dos capas amontonadas.

    • Para hacer espacio para los sensores frontales extras, el altavoz del auricular se ha movido un poco para abajo.

    • Hay un chip misterioso entre el Motor Táptico y el altavoz de abajo —estamos curiosos de ver que esta por debajo!

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  • Este tornillo pentalobe no aparece terminado. Los tornillos de abajo se parecen más a pins si estamos siendo honestos.

    • Este tornillo mueve la sección de la rosca de la pantalla hacia el cuadro de acero, y extiende la sección sin rosca a un pin extra largo.

    • Nuestra mejor suposición es que esto le da un poco de flexibilidad a la pantalla, y al mismo tiempo permitiendo que el soporte se mueva hacia la parte interior del teléfono, incidentalmente haciendo espacio para un conector Lightning mas grande.

  • Con suerte, parece que no han reorganizado mucho más, ya que nuestro trifecta típica de iOpener, iSlack, y Púas de Apertura de iFixit funcionan como en el pasado.

    • Eso quiere decir que no hay cambios grandes en la resistencia, y la pantalla OLED está bien apoyada por el cuadro de soporte, a diferencia de algunas pantallas que conocemos.

The pin also applies downward pressure on the front panel, which probably helps with waterproofing.

pbialek - Contestar

Parece que los iPhones que se abren de lado están aquí para quedarse. Apple nos sorprendió con este truco pequeño en el 7 plus, pero ahora es el estándar. Este único soporte cubre cada conector de la placa lógica —nunca hemos visto esta clase de densidad de conectores. Y una vez más, nos encontramos con tornillos de tri-punta que previenen cualquier reparación una vez que pasas los tornillos pentalobe que protegen la puerta.
  • Parece que los iPhones que se abren de lado están aquí para quedarse. Apple nos sorprendió con este truco pequeño en el 7 plus, pero ahora es el estándar.

  • Este único soporte cubre cada conector de la placa lógica —nunca hemos visto esta clase de densidad de conectores.

    • Y una vez más, nos encontramos con tornillos de tri-punta que previenen cualquier reparación una vez que pasas los tornillos pentalobe que protegen la puerta.

    • Algo nos dice que Apple no quiere que nosotros (o ustedes) estemos jugueteando aquí.

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Después de liberar el soporte enorme de la placa lógica, por fin podemos hecharle un vistazo a lo que esta dandole poder a lo nueve de Cupertino. Le daremos un mejor vista al hardware en la pantalla después, por mientras, nos satisface un rayo X —resulta que el chip misterioso esta montado en la pantalla! Para un cambio de paso, la pantalla se levanta y deja la cámara frontal por detrás.
  • Después de liberar el soporte enorme de la placa lógica, por fin podemos hecharle un vistazo a lo que esta dandole poder a lo nueve de Cupertino.

  • Le daremos un mejor vista al hardware en la pantalla después, por mientras, nos satisface un rayo X —resulta que el chip misterioso esta montado en la pantalla!

    • Para un cambio de paso, la pantalla se levanta y deja la cámara frontal por detrás.

  • Esta foto del cuerpo del teléfono confirma el diseño que observamos en nuestros rayos X: la mayoría del espacio es ocupado por la nueva batería de doble celda, y la placa lógica se ha encogido considerablemente.

Referencing the X-Ray image: I suspect the IR flood illuminator is the top flex mounted module just under the Face ID detector & dot projector (TrueDepth camera system). Note the heavy wiring in the ribbon and limited lines to the connector.

Dan - Contestar

La doble cámara trasera tiene un soporte grueso que parece que también ofrece soporte a componentes delicados de alrededor. Las cámaras también son aseguradas a la tapa trasera con un adhesivo de espuma para asegurar que las cosas no se muevan de su lugar. Estas cámaras deben permanecer fijas para que el Portrait Mode y otras funciones similares  puedan trabajar su magia. Al rededor de la tapa de vidrio de la carcasa de la cámara, puedes ver soldaduras pequeñas que probablemente están sosteniendo las paredes del bulto de la cámara hacia la tapa.
  • La doble cámara trasera tiene un soporte grueso que parece que también ofrece soporte a componentes delicados de alrededor.

  • Las cámaras también son aseguradas a la tapa trasera con un adhesivo de espuma para asegurar que las cosas no se muevan de su lugar. Estas cámaras deben permanecer fijas para que el Portrait Mode y otras funciones similares puedan trabajar su magia.

  • Al rededor de la tapa de vidrio de la carcasa de la cámara, puedes ver soldaduras pequeñas que probablemente están sosteniendo las paredes del bulto de la cámara hacia la tapa.

I really wish there wasn’t a camera hump to hold securely ..

Darie H - Contestar

Might that beefy bracket be made of Liquidmetal (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquidmeta...)? That is, is it surpisingly stiff? Apple has an exclusive license to use Liquidmetal in consumer electronics, but seems not to have used it extensively.

Dominic Dunlop - Contestar

Quite likely bracket is for positioning and to apply even pressure on camera against rear glass.

pbialek - Contestar

Por fin liberamos estas placas lógicas densas para hecharle un mejor ojo. Esta placa lógica en miniatura es increíblemente eficiente con el espacio. La densidad de los conectores y componentes es sin precedente. Onza por onza, un Apple Watch tiene una placa más vacía
  • Por fin liberamos estas placas lógicas densas para hecharle un mejor ojo.

  • Esta placa lógica en miniatura es increíblemente eficiente con el espacio. La densidad de los conectores y componentes es sin precedente. Onza por onza, un Apple Watch tiene una placa más vacía

  • La placa compacta del iPhone X logra empacar más tecnología y al mismo tiempo hacer que la placa del iPhone 8 Plus a su izquierda parezca vieja y innecesariamente grande .

  • Comparando las huellas de las dos placas, el tamaño de la placa madre del iPhone X es 70% del tamaño de la placa del iPhone 8 Plus—eso deja mucho más espacio para la batería.

just imagine how small it could be if they could get rid of the sim card tray

A. Gy. - Contestar

That’ll happen soon, future iPhones will likely have esims like the apple watch s3.

Calvin Hilsinger -

Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
¿Como es que Apple pudo poner más tecnología en 70% de su huella? Doblando la placa por la mitad por supuesto. Las dos mitades están soldadas juntas, entonces recibimos ayuda de Circuitwise y su estación de refundir de aire caliente BGA para separar las placas. Con las piezas separadas, tomamos la cuenta de la area de todas las capas separadas y la sumamos a ser 135% de la area de la placa lógica del iPhone 8 Plus. Felicidades a Apple por poder meter más en menos espacio.
  • ¿Como es que Apple pudo poner más tecnología en 70% de su huella? Doblando la placa por la mitad por supuesto.

  • Las dos mitades están soldadas juntas, entonces recibimos ayuda de Circuitwise y su estación de refundir de aire caliente BGA para separar las placas.

    • Con las piezas separadas, tomamos la cuenta de la area de todas las capas separadas y la sumamos a ser 135% de la area de la placa lógica del iPhone 8 Plus. Felicidades a Apple por poder meter más en menos espacio.

  • La placa lógica del iPhone X es la primera doble placa amontonada que hemos visto en un iPhone desde el primer iPhone (tercera foto).

    • Lo malo de este diseño listo es que reparaciones de placa serán sumamente difícil —casi imposible en algunas ocaciones.

I’m sure the most outer row of via’s are extending the shielding around the sandwich. Even still thats a lot of lines being passed between the half’s! I can’t see anyone trying to open & fix this module.

Dan - Contestar

You are missing the point. These are connecting the board physically, but there is no communication through those vias. You can see the other side of the board has all the connectors to flex. (On both boards). The third board act as a super stiffener to prevent overheating causing bending on the board. Great design!!!

Ramiro Montes de Oca - Contestar

Sorry Ramiro the outer row are shielding (ground) the 2rd & 3rd rows are comm lines between the boards (interposer board).

Dan -

You’re mistaken, Ramiro. They created a third spacer PCB that lines the perimeter. And instead of connecting the two layers with a fussy flex cable, data travels along dozens of through-hole vias. Why do people spout about stuff they don’t know… it drives me mad!

Richard - Contestar

You are Correct!

Dan -

Does the folded design take up more vertical space than the old logic board design, and if so, how did Apple account for this increased vertical space?

Was there vertical space open to begin with or does something in the design allow for more vertical space (i.e. the OLED panel is thinner)?

Thanks!

Urname - Contestar

So Richard your assertion is that the silvered bumps all around the two boards are the vias? With a pitch of, what, 300µ?

The MacRumors article yesterday referred to an interposer between the two main boards, but I don’t see any such. Was MacRumors wrong, or am I missing something?

name99 - Contestar

The outer perimeter of “silver bumps” aka solder balls is most likely all connected to ground. The rest must be signals. There is not enough cabling to support the required amount of signals between the two boards.

The interposer is still attached to the half in the top of the picture. The border of solder balls is higher than the rest of the PCB. This is required due to the night of the components on each PCB.

Truly incredible design. Passes data without cabling, affixes the two boards to each other without hardware, and creates an EMI shield without extra metal

Daniel Nadeau -

Is that a piece of flat flex connected across two parts of the lower board? going right under the middle screw hole

Andrew Cassidy - Contestar

It’s the ribbon from the camera’s which is poking up.

Dan -

Dan, I don't think so. Its completely sealed inside the sandwich

Andrew Cassidy -

Thats just a kapton insulator sheet inside the sandwich. I thought you were talking about the other image.

Dan -

I believe it time to find some more of my good old LCD bonding 9703 3M anisotropic tape. That might be the ticket for servicing that motherboard. Still have some tape in stock, so my shop will service that motherboard, when parts become available.

Have a good weekend all.

Jan

Jan Schmidt - Contestar

How did apple manage to take out heat from their processor? I still couldn’t understand how is this working…

Ayush Gupta - Contestar

Good question! Given the fact the A11 chip is in the middle and doesn’t have any heat management unlike other SoC’s!

The chip is using the smallest Node tech available! TSMC using a 10 nmFinFET process. This must be how Apple is able to not worry about heat.

Dan -

You are all wrong :-) look at the RF board, there isn’t a signle trace routed from the armada of solder-pads, so I’d say they’re purely mechanical & GND /tekhead

Albert Einstein - Contestar

You do understand the PCB is made up of layers.

Their won’t necessary be any visible traces on the surface besides what space is there! It’s so packed the lines would need to be buried inside the layers. One of the functions of via’s is to bring signals up and down the layers, clearly Apple is leveraging this here through the interposer board.

Dan -

@kyle - Can you take the circuit boards and take an image of the sandwich from the side or laid out in order so people can see the layers when pulled apart. I think people are getting confused on how they fit together.

Dan -

@kyle - Found a good image set from Tech Insights! Here’s the side views http://www.techinsights.com/uploadedImag... and http://www.techinsights.com/uploadedImag...

Dan - Contestar

There’s a lot of need for intercommunication between the RF and the main CPU. There’s no other interconnect between the two boards. The perimeter vias have to be a communication bus.

Kyle Wiens - Contestar

Does anyone knows how many PCB layers does each PCB half have?

Roj Snap - Contestar

En la primera mitad: Apple APL1W72 A11 Bionic SoC montado sobre SK Hynix H9HKNNNDBMAUUR 3 GB LPDDR4x RAM
  • En la primera mitad:

    • Apple APL1W72 A11 Bionic SoC montado sobre SK Hynix H9HKNNNDBMAUUR 3 GB LPDDR4x RAM

    • Apple 338S00341-B1

    • TI 78AVZ81

    • NXP 1612A1—Probablemente una iteración del IC tristar.

    • Codec de audio Apple 338S00248

    • STB600B0

    • IC de administración de poder Apple 338S00306

What are those “white stickers” in different shapes on the board? Are they the typical for checking water damage? Are the same shapes stickers related to each other in any way? Function?

James - Contestar

Some of these components have a polarity. The white or black dot or a triangle denotes positive or anode end of the cap or diode.

Dan -

Which is A11 Apple processor module part number, on same package row as SoC die designation APL1W72? The A11 Apple processor module part number has a format 339S004xx. The A11 photos are without sufficient contrast and difficult to read.

Dimitar - Contestar

No help on A11 Apple processor module part number in this analysed iPhone?

Dimitar -

Módulo de Bluetooth/ WiFi Apple USI 170821 339S00397 Transceptor gigabit LTE Qualcomm WTR5975
  • Módulo de Bluetooth/ WiFi Apple USI 170821 339S00397

  • Transceptor gigabit LTE Qualcomm WTR5975

  • Modem Snapdragon X16 LTE Qualcomm MDM9655 y PMD9655 PMIC

  • Amplificador de poder Skyworks 78140-22 , amplificador de poder SKY77366-17, S770 6662, 3760 5418 1736

  • Controlador de toque Broadcom BCM59355

  • Módulo de controlador NFC NXP 80V18 PN80V

  • Módulo de amplificación de poder MMMB, Broadcom AFEM-8072

Maybe iPhone X v2 will not have any chips from Qualcomm. Amen

Vic Lau - Contestar

Vic Lau, Qualcomm makes good chips at good prices, so there isn’t any reason Apple shouldn’t use them.

George A. - Contestar

Yes, there is. They're suing each other.

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/10/...

Felipe Zavan -

If apple moves away from Qualcomm we can definitely expect a higher price tag on the next iteration of the iPhone

DAXimus -

BCM59355 is a wireless power chip, not Touch Controller

JohnnyNoy - Contestar

Yea, ummmm, great design Apple, but it needs moar power amplifiers.

Patrick - Contestar

Why do you say that ;-}

Dan -

The suing didn’t stop Qualcomm to get enough order apparently.

On the contrary,a higher price for customers to purchase iPhoneX seems to be the only result.

vivianangjoy - Contestar

Theres more to it than the chips, It appears there are some licensing payments owed. Here’s a bit more Apple may completely drop Qualcomm as a modem supplier on future iPhone models

Dan -

Don’t forget Apple likely had a contract with Qualcomm a year ago before the law suit. Which is why they are forced to sell Apple the parts otherwise this could get very ugly legally!

Dan - Contestar

Why does the X have 2 chips? Qualcomm WTR5975 gigabit LTE transceiver & Qualcomm MDM9655 Snapdragon X16 LTE  while the 8plus only has QualcommMDM9655Snapdragon X16 LTE modem? Does anyone know why?

ernie599 - Contestar

Y por la parte de afuera del sándwich que es la placa lógica:
  • Y por la parte de afuera del sándwich que es la placa lógica:

    • Memoria flash de 64 GB Toshiba TSB3234X68354TWNA1

    • Amplificador de audio Apple/Cirrus Logic 338S00296

Is the gold plated part a sim card reader?

K Sec - Contestar

Kapton tape on the underside for insulation, yeah

Andrew Cassidy -

Esta bien, Apple hizo un sándwich de PCB, pero como es que funciona? Ellos crearon un tercer PCB que va al rededor del perímetro. Y en vez de conectar las dos placas con un cable, la información viaja a travez de docenas de agujeros vias. Aquí, el A11 SoC se ubica al centro de la placa madre. Puedes obtener un sentido de la estructura de la placa en 3D de las fotos de los rayos X. Los cilindros al rededor del borde son agujeros llenos de soldaduras conectando las dos placas.
  • Esta bien, Apple hizo un sándwich de PCB, pero como es que funciona?

    • Ellos crearon un tercer PCB que va al rededor del perímetro. Y en vez de conectar las dos placas con un cable, la información viaja a travez de docenas de agujeros vias.

  • Aquí, el A11 SoC se ubica al centro de la placa madre. Puedes obtener un sentido de la estructura de la placa en 3D de las fotos de los rayos X. Los cilindros al rededor del borde son agujeros llenos de soldaduras conectando las dos placas.

Versus flex cables, the vias may be a more sound mechanism for communication between the boards BUT how will they fare when this handset is dropped!

DAXimus - Contestar

Are the VIAs completely filled with solder, or are they hollow?

Dan - Contestar

Dan, most through-hole vias are hollow.

Jharwin Barrozo - Contestar

-> iFixit,

look again, there are no traces routed from those, so I don’t think any data is travelling through those. It’s just ground.

any relevant high-speed bus wouldn’t work well routed in that manner.

main board is the “computer“ where all the flexes come in to connect to screen & peripherals.

the rf-board is purely networking so very few wires has to connect between the main ARM and that board.

Albert Einstein - Contestar

Albert, Review the comments in Step9 there is no other means for the two half to communicate with each other other than the vias and yes some are shielding (ground)

Dan -

What’s the diameter of the VIAs?

Dan - Contestar

Maybe vias are security related. PCI homologation request for tamper-proof protection against encryption keys reading strait from RAM.

Evandro Zilio - Contestar

I think you are right! but I’m not sure that which chip to process security function.

Victor Huang -

La nueva batería de doble celda tiene cuatro lengüetas, parecida a las mas pequeñas que encontramos en series del 8, pero en una orientación completamente nueva. Las lengüetas están aseguradas a los lados de las células, en vez de estar dobladas por la parte de arriba, haciendo el procedimiento un poco más difícil como siempre. Este teléfono contiene una batería de 10.35 Wh (2716 mAh at 3.81 V), apenas venciendo la batería del 8 Plus de 10.28 Wh, pero nada en comparación a la batería del Galaxy Note8 de 12.71 Wh.
  • La nueva batería de doble celda tiene cuatro lengüetas, parecida a las mas pequeñas que encontramos en series del 8, pero en una orientación completamente nueva.

    • Las lengüetas están aseguradas a los lados de las células, en vez de estar dobladas por la parte de arriba, haciendo el procedimiento un poco más difícil como siempre.

  • Este teléfono contiene una batería de 10.35 Wh (2716 mAh at 3.81 V), apenas venciendo la batería del 8 Plus de 10.28 Wh, pero nada en comparación a la batería del Galaxy Note8 de 12.71 Wh.

  • El diseño de doble-célula es más una medida para utilizar espacio que una para cambia la capacidad. Dos células permite más figuras y colocaciones creativas, para mejor tomar ventaja del espacio vació que resulta a causa del encogimiento de la placa lógica.

A drop in the bucket would indicate a 10,000 fold or more difference in magnitude. In actuality, the iPhone X battery is 75%+ that of the Samsung battery. And the overall power management of the iPhone X far greater. You might want to tone down the hyperbole.

MojoFix - Contestar

They have extremely tiny buckets at ifixit.

Richard Rousselot - Contestar

It might be my age showing but what type of Li-Ion supports charging up to 4.35 ? (I mean .. there’s the type that goes up in flames but .. ?)

Darie H - Contestar

Okay so I use this phone for all the photos of appliances that we take at Jackson Appliance Repair Company. The question I have is— is the battery itself waterproof? Or is the phone waterproof (protecting components inside) when it’s fully assembled?

Julie Toots - Contestar

The device is waterproof. Batteries really can’t be made waterproof as they have exposed contacts which when shorted would be dangerous depending on how conductive the liquid was (i.e. salt water).

Dan -

  • ¿Recuerdas esa función de Face ID? La pusimos a prueba antes de desmontar el teléfono. Resulta que nuestra cámara de video de infrared no es lo suficiente rápida para capturar el patrón de los puntos, pero pudimos ver la iluminación muy claramente!

  • Tiempo de historia: hace mucho tiempo, Microsoft creó un sensor espacial llamado el Kinect. La tecnología de matriz de puntos infrarroja que hacia funcionar el Kinect fue creada por la empresa de tecnología Israelí PrimeSense.

  • Apple compró PrimeSense por 360 millones de dólares(USD) en el 2013, y probablemente ha invertido cientos de millones más en ella.

  • Mientras tanto, Microsoft tuvo que crear un nuevo sistema de detección a último minuto para el Kinect 2. Tal vez, ahora que el iPhone tiene un sensor de profundidad, la gente se lo pondrá a los drones también!

The video is a nice addition.

SWegner - Contestar

Kyle looks good in a lab coat!

Dan - Contestar

Can you guys partner with someone with a fast enough IR camera to capture this? Would be really interesting.

DAXimus - Contestar

I recognize that doctor from last week - best ‘turn my head and cough’ guy in a long time.

He is a doctor, right?

Patrick - Contestar

@kyle tell your design team to add a play button over the image, people can easily miss that it’s a video. I thought it was just an image, but saw the comment about he enjoyed watching the video - so i hovered my mouse and then that’s I figured it’s really a video. :)

Jharwin Barrozo - Contestar

I would not want the phone flashing in my face every time it unlocks

Jody - Contestar

Jody, the flashes are invisible to the human eye. In the video you can hear the guy with the phone asking if the cameraman can see the flashes, because you need a special camera to view them. It’d be like staring into the end of a TV remote control and pushing buttons.

brandontoh93 - Contestar

Not for me. I can see infrared easily.

Derek Mayo -

Esa luz que nosotros no vemos, sera dañina de tanto uso ?. Porque desbloqueamos el telefono muchisimas veces al dia.

That light that we do not see, will be harmful of so much use? Because we unlock the phone many times a day.

Ruben Aries - Contestar

Here’s a good vid on the FaceID projector lighting up someones face: https://youtu.be/OvVKnC6gGtg Jump to 5:50 to see it.

Dan - Contestar

so why MS did not buy ++PrimeSense?++

fuyun - Contestar

Having designed a lens system for Occipital’s Structure sensor (which is also a Prime Sense derivative). The structured light emitter, which is actually a laser; vibrates to create the pattern that bathes your face. I am pretty sure the structure light source does not have the power to do anything besides scan your face, but also the infrared camera is lens system is probably tuned for 300 mm-500 mm unlike the Kinect(1), ASUS XTION or PrimeSense’s own early versions, which have a much longer range. If anyone is interested in doing more than just face scanning, check out Occipital’s website.: https://structure.io/ .

All Things 3D - Contestar

Le damos nuestra atención a la parte de arriba del teléfono para encontrar el sistema de cámara TrueDepth tanto anticipado. Este sistema une un equipo de sensores para proveer el X con reconocimiento facial. El primer paso en este sistema: el iluminador unido a la pantalla emite luz infrarroja a tu cara. Después, la cámara frontal, marcada en rojo, confirma la presencia de una cara.
  • Le damos nuestra atención a la parte de arriba del teléfono para encontrar el sistema de cámara TrueDepth tanto anticipado. Este sistema une un equipo de sensores para proveer el X con reconocimiento facial.

    • El primer paso en este sistema: el iluminador unido a la pantalla emite luz infrarroja a tu cara.

    • Después, la cámara frontal, marcada en rojo, confirma la presencia de una cara.

    • Después el proyector de puntos infrarrojo, al lado izquierdo, proyecta una cuadrícula de puntos sobre tu cara para crear un mapa tridimensional.

    • Finalmente, la cámara infrarroja en el lado izquierdo lee este mapa, y manda la información al teléfono.

    • Por debajo del cofre, el X trabaja su magia para unir todas esas piezas y averiguar si eres tu o no, o tu gemelo malvado.

Jump to Step6 X-Ray image to see the flood illuminator is just under the TrueDepth camera system. Review the note there.

Dan - Contestar

Surely the ir camera senses the ir flood projector, not the standard camera…

Richard Birkby - Contestar

There are three IR light sources used: The small pencil beam to see if the phone is face down or next to ones face (proximity) which uses the camera as the sensor (located just to the left of the speaker slot from the front). Then there is the flood illuminator which lets the camera ‘see’ if you are there (to discriminate there is a face present) just to the right of the camera. The third is the dot projector (on the right side of the speaker slot) to ID you. The same camera is used for all three functions no special IR camera here.

Dan - Contestar

Do we know anything about the dimensions of the three components?

Arav - Contestar

El fin está en la vista, y ahora estamos investigando los componentes que quedan en la tapa trasera. El primer soporte pequeño esta cubierto con conectores de resorte y dedos de conexión a tierra EMI, y tiene un cable de cinta pegado a la parte de atrás. Lo que retiramos después es la carcasa del altavoz de abajo que tiene adhesivo impermeable al rededor del puerto.
  • El fin está en la vista, y ahora estamos investigando los componentes que quedan en la tapa trasera.

    • El primer soporte pequeño esta cubierto con conectores de resorte y dedos de conexión a tierra EMI, y tiene un cable de cinta pegado a la parte de atrás.

    • Lo que retiramos después es la carcasa del altavoz de abajo que tiene adhesivo impermeable al rededor del puerto.

    • Por fin, el Motor Táptico y la rejilla barometrica famosa son liberados. El Motor Táptico de Apple sige siendo un motor de vibración linear oscilador.

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En una forma fina como siempre, nuestro ingeniero de desmontajes demuestra una técnica utilizando dos pares de pinzas para remover el conector Lightning.
  • En una forma fina como siempre, nuestro ingeniero de desmontajes demuestra una técnica utilizando dos pares de pinzas para remover el conector Lightning.

  • Buenas noticias para la gente que tiene duda sobre los cables de carga: el conector Lightning parece que esta más reforzado, con un soporte más ancho que se atornilla a la pared del lado del cuadro de soporte.

    • También tiene agujeros para que los tornillos pentalobe exteriores puedan pasar a través y meterse a la pantalla como vimos anteriormente.

Is the Lightning connector two-sided? Pins on both sides like we originally saw in the iPad Air 2 (IIRC) and larger iPad Pro?

Scott - Contestar

I don’t think it really matters. Apple’s Lightning Connector is double sided, so EVEN IF they DO have contact points on both sides, they probably would have wired them together anyway.

Xavier Jiang - Contestar

The Lightning connector IS double sided, however the pins are NOT NECESSARILY physically tied together in the connector; ergo it actually supports 16-pins, not 8. So it DOES matter. A double-sided port could hypothetically support Thunderbolt, or 2 USB3 channels. And we have seen, inexplicably, a double-sided port from Apple before in the iPad Pro. A fully 2-sided Lightning connector/port could be functionally as capable as USB Type-C, minus the legacy USB 2.0 lanes. (The Type-C connector ALWAYS maintains a legacy USB 2.0 pair; Apple would have no need for that legacy combination if Thunderbolt was their forward-looking target.)

Scott - Contestar

Scott,

Apple has already defined the connector https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_... I doubt they are going to mess it up making it polarized directionally at this point.

Dan -

Con el ensamblaje principal desarmado a partes, le damos nuestra atención de regreso a la pantalla. Lo primero que retiramos es el altavoz del auricular, nuevamente rediseñado con un conducto para dirigir el sonido por fuera a través de la pantalla Después de cuidadosamente liberar el resto de los componentes de la parte de encima de la pantalla, vemos que la pantalla contiene la colección mas complicada de componentes que hemos visto. Contiene un altavoz, un micrófono, sensor de luz de ambiente, iluminador, y sensor de proximidad. Después de retirar todos los componentes modulares, nos quedamos con una pantalla vacía.
  • Con el ensamblaje principal desarmado a partes, le damos nuestra atención de regreso a la pantalla. Lo primero que retiramos es el altavoz del auricular, nuevamente rediseñado con un conducto para dirigir el sonido por fuera a través de la pantalla

  • Después de cuidadosamente liberar el resto de los componentes de la parte de encima de la pantalla, vemos que la pantalla contiene la colección mas complicada de componentes que hemos visto. Contiene un altavoz, un micrófono, sensor de luz de ambiente, iluminador, y sensor de proximidad.

  • Después de retirar todos los componentes modulares, nos quedamos con una pantalla vacía.

So what was that mystery chip first shown in the x-ray pictures?

aleksivanttinen - Contestar

TechInsights has a nice picture. It’s BCM1595.

Astute - Contestar

And what are the models/manufacturers of the ambient light sensor, flood illuminator, and proximity sensor?

Ricarte - Contestar

What is the chip to the left f the Broadcom one? Long and thin with a metal cover.

TheOx - Contestar

Whats the long thin chip next to the broadcom one?

TheOx - Contestar

¡Es tiempo darle un ojo a chip misterioso! Con un poco de ayuda de nuestros amigos en TechInsights, podemos mirar por debajo de los escudos de la parte trasera de la pantalla y encontramos: Un controlador de la pantalla táctil Broadcom etiquetado BCM15951B0KUB2G También disfrutando el paseo: un dispositivo STMicro nuevo que nunca hemos visto antes, probablemente el driver del OLED, etiquetado 10 THADT733 X-139U.
  • ¡Es tiempo darle un ojo a chip misterioso! Con un poco de ayuda de nuestros amigos en TechInsights, podemos mirar por debajo de los escudos de la parte trasera de la pantalla y encontramos:

    • Un controlador de la pantalla táctil Broadcom etiquetado BCM15951B0KUB2G

    • También disfrutando el paseo: un dispositivo STMicro nuevo que nunca hemos visto antes, probablemente el driver del OLED, etiquetado 10 THADT733 X-139U.

The ST is more likely a boost converter, look at the inductors around it.

Too few pins to be a oled display-driver

Albert Einstein - Contestar

Llegamos a los últimos componentes de la tapa trasera. Nos encontramos con otra pieza familiar para este rompecabezas de componentes densamente empacados: la bobina de carga inalámbrica. Y incluyendo todo lo que esta asegurado a si mismo, incluyendo los botones de volumen, el interruptor de silencio/timbre, y un soporte de sensor que no pudimos identificar. También quitamos el otro cable de multi función de la parte de arribe del teléfono. Este ensamblaje es hogar al flash de cuatro LED True Tone, y al botón de inicio, igual como a los iPhones del pasado.
  • Llegamos a los últimos componentes de la tapa trasera. Nos encontramos con otra pieza familiar para este rompecabezas de componentes densamente empacados: la bobina de carga inalámbrica.

    • Y incluyendo todo lo que esta asegurado a si mismo, incluyendo los botones de volumen, el interruptor de silencio/timbre, y un soporte de sensor que no pudimos identificar.

  • También quitamos el otro cable de multi función de la parte de arribe del teléfono. Este ensamblaje es hogar al flash de cuatro LED True Tone, y al botón de inicio, igual como a los iPhones del pasado.

Is the Qi coil that needs to be unobstructed for wireless charging just the center circle the ribbons are attached to or is it the whole unit?

cydeweyz - Contestar

You can see the coil in step 3 x-ray images.

aleksivanttinen -

Just the big black coil.

George A. -

Is there anything special with the charging coil? Do you think they are being modest and when airpower comes out it will blow away qi coils?

Joseph Littler - Contestar

  • Pregunta extra: ¿Que sucede cuando rompes el vidrio trasero de tu nueve iPhone X?

  • Después de mucha calor, utilizamos nuestro Jimmy. Al igual que el iPhone 8 y 8 Plus, el X tiene un panel trasero que esta bien asegurado con bastante adhesivo.

  • Después de varios intentos usando nuestra herramienta Jimmy, todavía estamos atascados: A diferencia del panel trasero de solo una pieza del iPhone 8, el bulto de la cámara pasa por encima del vidrio trasero, y esta soldado meticulosamente al cuadro de acero por debajo.

  • En esta situación clasica de tener nuestra mano atascada por dentro del tarro de galletas, podemos cortarnos la mano(el bulto de la cámara) o quebrar el tarro de galletas (el vidrio trasero). Que fenomenal.

    • Decidimos retirar el bulto de la cámara para mantener en tacto el panel de vidrio. Los que vayan a reemplazar un panel quebrado no tendrán buenas opciones —y se divertirán retirando fragmentos de vidrio que están pegados con adhesivo.

Could you show the other side of the stainless shell? Is the glass apple logo and lettering at the bottom printed on the backside and glass layer over top?

Scott Miller - Contestar

Scott - It appears the coloring is on the back side of the glass so the logo and text is printed from the back side the then over painted with the base color.

Dan - Contestar

Yup, same as the 8, you can see the bare inside of the glass here.

Sam Lionheart - Contestar

Esperamos que disfrutaron nuestra comida de desmontajes de 21 cursos.  La encontramos ser muy deliciosa.

Thanks - - - gonna need some better glasses.

Russ - Contestar

where is antenna?

wmyang - Contestar

Apple is still using the outer aluminum frame like the older iPhones. If you look carefully you’ll see the insulators which isolate the top and bottom sections which are the antennas.

Dan -

Pensamientos Finales
  • Reparaciones de la pantalla y batería siguen siendo una prioridad en el diseño del iPhone.
  • Una pantalla rota puede ser reemplazada sin tener que remover el ensamblaje biométrico de Face ID.
  • Use liberal de tornillos es preferido al uso de pegamento—pero tendrás que usar tus desarmadores para dispositivos de Apple(Pentalobe y de Tri-Punta) además del estándar Phillips.
  • Medidas impermeables complican algunas reparaciones, pero hacen que daños a causa de agua sean menos probables.
  • Cables quisquillosos unen componentes que no son relacionados para crear asemblajes complicados — caros y difícil de reemplazar.
  • Vidrio por delate y por detrás duplica la probabilidad de daño a causa de dejar caer el teléfono — y si el vidrio trasero se quebra, estarás retirando cada componente del teléfono y reemplazando el chasis entero.
Calificación de Reparabilidad
6
Repairability 6 out of 10
(10 is easiest to repair)

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Incredible and dense tech inside this iPhone - thanks ifixit!

Richard Armstrong - Contestar

Wow! So exciting!

Reid Fleishman - Contestar

Hello,

Could you give us more info about NFC antenna localization? I suppose it’s on top of the back panel (to avoid conflict with Qi )

Thanks

Joe - Contestar

It’s the top bezel itself, as always.

Tom Chai -

An amazing repairability score for such a compact and advanced design.

NaN - Contestar

Exactly! Given the amount of effort they put into shrinking (or folding) certain parts, it’s great to see they’ve put in the same effort to not make it harder to repair. That any modern smartphone will never receive a 10/10 score due to the design choices is acceptable, so I’m happy to see there’s still a reasonable way in. Not like some tablet/laptop hybrids that are horrendous to even open up; yes I’m looking at you Microsoft!

addvariety -

is the face id hardware programmed to the phone like the touch ID was? that would make replacing it impossible by 3rd parties.

i know its not connected to the screen, but still it may be a common repair like it is now.

karl - Contestar

There isn’t really a reason why replacing the True Depth sensors should be a “common replacement” like the home button was. The home button had to be replaced because it was a physical piece of hardware that was pressed millions of times before failing. The True Depth sensor should fail rarely since it is protected under glass and won’t be hammered on constantly.

Jeremy1026 -

Very good! Finally different in the interior, the previous models were all the same!

Universo Técnico - Contestar

Impressive just how much tech they crammed into this thing. The layout of the internals shows just how much thought went into this.

Sandy34 - Contestar

Question which iPhone X version is this? with 2 Qualcom chips it looks like it is the Model A1865

Hayth - Contestar

Apple claims that in order to make the screen curve with the edges, they had to fold part of the OLED screen over to hide the display driver right under the screen. Would you be able to verify that?

dvdhan - Contestar

yes, there was an animation in the promo video. Looked weird. I’d like to know how they get the cutout in there.

And how do the cutout pixels account to the display resolution?

Andi -

Yes I saw this too, can you investigate more into the OLED display? In the video at 0:30, Jony Ive says “the custom OLED panel was engineered to fold and seamlessly combine with the external surfaces.” Their computer rendering really makes it appear there are hundreds of hidden pixels being illuminated. https://youtu.be/K4wEI5zhHB0?t=30s

Jackson Hern -

Sweet! I’m actually impressed by the efficiency of this.

James Buckhorn - Contestar

The picture of the sandwich board is tilted and out of focus. Please retake from directly above

Mitch Hansen - Contestar

Hey Mitch! We have top down photos of the logic board in steps 9, 10, 11, and 12! Check them out! The photo in step 13 is meant to describe depth, so the angle the focus on the chips inside is intentional!

Sam Lionheart -

@ifixit You did not reveal that mysterious chip on the display panel.

Simon - Contestar

Please post XRay Wallpaper of the iPhone X! You guys are the only ones that do it right!

Hoang Le - Contestar

Just snag the xray ‘wallpaper’ off the enlarged picture above… o.O

gibsonjont -

No sign of the display or touch driver chip?

Dylan - Contestar

From a boardlevel repair perspective I sense this is mostly game over.

Separation of the two layers requires an amount of heat applied to the whole structure pretty much all soldering folks would consider unsafe including myself.

Lets all hope very strong that this design improves mechanical stability to a point where we wont have breaking solder joints any more and improved circuitry preventing most common damages. The level and style of catch up game with the repair industry apple plays here is disconcerting.

After settling with recent macs not to be considered buyable because of &&^&^$^ all components being soldered in and tethered added to ridiculous toylike features driving stupid prices now the iPhone is also beyond what I am willing to accept for such money.

Its depressing to see how fast apple from year to year is becoming more about profit and money and less about tech and users.

I wonder how long I have to wait until some other player comes up with a real alternative in terms of user experience.

Anton Chubukov - Contestar

Yes i agree, what they did will make repairs harder you can see in this pictures some components moved from their place after separation which is a bad outcome.

Filip Pusca -

Have you considered the Essential Phone? It seems like they may have something special over there…

Gino J -

I have to agree. I started out in 1980 with my bsee degree repairing Apple 1’s 2’s and 3’s with an oscilloscope, soldering iron and the latest copy of the ic circuit handbook. I have not been thrilled about Apples progression from everyman’s or women’s mac to unserviceable sometimes throw away stuff that needs cottage industries to support what they can, when before it was mainstream repair with dig this, a service door!.

Ross Elkins -

@Ross Elkins: The Apple 1, ][ and /// were designs based on 7400-series TTL logic. Do you have any idea how big, power-hungry (and expensive!) devices like the iPhone would be, if they were designed with 7400 chips? If it would even be possible (which I seriously doubt), the PCBs stuffed-full of TTL logic would easily cover a football field, would require a 1000A power supply, and would cost $100,000 (or more)!!!

For you to even mention the repairability of stone knives and bearskins designs (no offense meant to Mssrs. Wozniak and company) like the first few Apple computers in the same breath as state of the art, massively-integrated product designs like the iPhone X strongly suggests that you wasted your money on that EE degree; because you certainly haven’t been keeping up with technology, even at a lay,an’s level.

Douglas McIntosh -

@Douglas McIntosh

HAHAHAHAHAHA

A+

fastasleep -

Yes, serviceability has definitely lost ground to compact design over the years. There are trade offs everywhere and either we carry around a brick with a removable back panel for component repair/replacement access, or have the smartphone design we do today where it's practically an extension of our body. I'm for the latter.

I do love iFixit teardowns though, daring to go where no one is intended to.

I salute you, iFixit!

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Robert French -

Does the bottom left of the phone still just have a dummy panel covering the speaker grill?

John - Contestar

If you’re thinking of the barometric vent, then yes! You can see it in the third image on step 17.

Sam Lionheart -

It looks like the mysterious chip was attached to the lower speaker…any idea what it is used for?

Lewie Edwards - Contestar

It is still mysterious!

Satyajeet Vishwakarma -

Does the mystery chip possibly contain the data for the user’s facial recognition? Apple said that data would be stored on the phone only - and nowhere else - out of privacy concerns.

HL Dash -

Were you able to verify that face recognition still worked once the phone was re-assembled?

Cindy Leek - Contestar

Facial Recognition works. But proximity sensor has to be swapped over to maintain Face ID after a screen swap.

Matt Davis -

Should be much easier to repair without the virtual touch id button.

John Knirr - Contestar

Is the top speaker better or worse than the 8? It was never very balanced with the bottom one on mine. It looks different here, more square.

tipoo - Contestar

this looks like a science fiction movie, very big WOW

forrest gump - Contestar

Be nice if the person breaking down the phone, or at least the one who writes up the Teardown, had some engineering training, some of the text above was completely unintelligible, unscientific and used wrong terminology in descriptions. Apart from that, though, great! LOL

vkd - Contestar

And you’re perfect in everything that you do right? If you’re so smart you should have filtered through all type O’s and kept your rude post to yourself, JACKASS!!

lucien arsenault -

Have you tried swapping parts from one phone to the other?

Tony Tone - Contestar

Stay tuned ;)

Sam Lionheart -

The next thing to go is the nano sim tray for sure it's so large compared to the logic board.

Kailen Bittner - Contestar

Can you show us the OLED (Super Retina) display which Apple says supposedly folds in under itself?

jk379b - Contestar

Could we please see more angles of the “sandwich” board before it was separated?

makenb - Contestar

What about the screen essentially folding backwards on top of itself? I was wondering about that in a tear down like this. Here’s what I’m referring to: https://boygeniusreport.files.wordpress....

Frank Durocher - Contestar

What part is the TI 78AVZ81????  Can’t find it on TIs website.

Greg - Contestar

Which model is this iPhone? A1865 or A1903?

Gechen - Contestar

We picked up an A1865 in Australia!

Kyle Wiens -

Is the gold plated part in step 12 a sim card reader? If so we definitely need esim

K Sec - Contestar

this iPhone can work with one side of the logic board desoldered . you have to use it however as an iPod or iPad without wifi and bloetooth.

Efemann Computer - Contestar

without harddriver either!!!

imnotar -

Could you check readings on that vias? (just some of them) and confirm whether they are grounded, empty or data, power lines?

bart6665 - Contestar

Seems like Apple is designing a few more chips now.

T Hui - Contestar

Maybe I missed it, but did we find out what the chip next to the speaker is? It was called out with a green box on the X-Ray in the 3rd step. I don’t think i saw the explanation.

gregkramer - Contestar

I believe you’re talking about the chip in Step 20!

Dom -

Just a guess, but the “Unidentified sensor bracket” in Step 21 could be related to Apple’s new leather folio case which wakes the phone upon opening and sleeps upon closing.

Antoine V - Contestar

I’m sure the IR proximity is what does that

Dan -

It’s unlikely to be the proximity sensor doing this, as then it would work with third party cases as well, not just Apple’s and would do something similar when just covering or uncovering the screen.

Justin Clifford -

In the iPhone X promo video from Apple, we can see the OLED screen is curved under itself, which I’ve read is to ensure a consistent light all the way to the edges of the phone.

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I’ve looked above a few times at the various steps but don’t seem to find any reference to details on the OLED screen, which you’d imagine is a very important part of any smartphone.

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iFixit, can you please add a 24th step that goes into detail on this? I can see from a couple of comments above that I’m not the only person wanting to know.

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Thank you for your incredible work!

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Regards

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Alex

Alex - Contestar

Any chance you can show us the folded OLED screen? Isn’t this an integral part of the phone? Why did you leave it out?

Alex - Contestar

Any idea who they are using for the Qi charging IC?

Robert McCormick - Contestar

Apple made there own coil. It has the apple insignia on it

zachary -

Are you able to put the phone back together and have it still be functional, or does this tear-down destroy the phone?

Peter Georgiton - Contestar

There are too many screws on the iPhone X

Mandy - Contestar

The degree of consolidation for functionality in the circuitry is unprecedented! State of the art.

Satyajeet Vishwakarma - Contestar

Great work everyone! This is fantastic.

Nat Welch - Contestar

Very nice, good explain

allwin2abbas - Contestar

Very informative! I love your site!

robert benn - Contestar

Ram wasn’t mentioned this year? What is it? How much ram?

chaosprodigy - Contestar

3 GB of RAM in the A11 chip

Dan -

Great work. Congrats.

wilcamo - Contestar

Are there other chips in different models I see no mention of Qorvo ??

ski3938 - Contestar

Can you tell us if new soi substrat is used for the St MICRO system for the face recognition?

fredo - Contestar

Face id only works if the phone is vertical.

John Knirr - Contestar

Any commentary on the antenna design and how it compares to 8/7 (plus/nonplus)?

Phil Rosenthal - Contestar

Mmm, where is the $999?

Autrak - Contestar

iPhone X is the same wireless charging hardware design like iPhone 8 ? any difference?

TAIWAN FUSION - Contestar

Excellent site do you only describe etc phones?

Michael Thomas Houton - Contestar

IFIXIT covers many different products review the other tear downs here: https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown

Dan -

I just hope no costumer comes in with a broken rear…

Dion jonkheid - Contestar

For the dual-cell battery, why adding 4.93Wh to 5.52Wh = 10.45Wh, instead of 10.35 Wh as marked?

Two different capacity cells in parallel connection lose 0.1Wh?

Daniel Xu - Contestar

Awesome!! Already you did

goma - Contestar

thanks lot for all ifixit team

Seydina Diaw - Contestar

So amazing PCBs layout!

Rossicley M. Araujo - Contestar

Very informative! I love your site…..

susmoy - Contestar

Would appreciate your comments about the Snapdragon X16 Modem. Have the aireals been disabled by Apple in a smilar fashion to the way they were disabled on the Iphone 8 and 8Plus model 1865? This seems to be an important issue? Jack

john mcginty - Contestar

哪一國型號的手機沒有標示清楚

Andy - Contestar

Hi , i am interesting if wireless charging control IC from Broadcom have same function with IDT’s wireless charging receiver IC that been used in Samsung flagship smart phones? and is Broadcom a single sourcing for Iphone wireless charging IC?

thank you!

Renjie - Contestar

This is too cool ! Do you have data on which parts are best in class the industry offers ?

NEERAJ BANSAL - Contestar

lol Apple REVEALED! KUDOS IFIXIT

Mark Francisco - Contestar

Will you be doing an in-depth tear down of the display itself? I’m super curious how Apple actually put this display together, especially after that outstanding product overview video.

BunkerS - Contestar

Hi, I know that the iPhone X supports the auto sleep/wake function, as on iPads, using wallet covers like the original Apple Folio one, so I think there should be magnets inside the phone, is that true? If yes where they are? I saw tons of wallet covers on eBay that are sold as "magnetic" but they don't say if they support the auto sleep/wake function, anybody has tried one of these? Thanks

$tef94 - Contestar

Could I replace the Entire Face ID Package, including the camera? Or is it paired to the Logic Board?

Matt H - Contestar

So, is look like the Camera bump is very strong and durable since is welded to the body frame + glued to the glass. Right?

Time Line - Contestar

How durable do you think the Camera bump welded to the Metal Frame + glued to the Glass (Glass glued to Metal frame)???

Time Line - Contestar

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