iPhone XS reveals its secrets in first teardown video

The first iPhone XS teardown video shows an unusual L-shaped battery.
Photo: Fixjei Phone

The debut of iPhone XS will be tomorrow, but a video is available to show that this device is disassembled. It not only sees the internal components first, but also reveals some of the details of this smartphone.

Perhaps the most unusual feature of Apple's new high-end model is the L-shaped battery.

This can store 2658 mAh. This is slightly less than iPhone X's 2,716 mAh battery, but Apple has promised that XS will last 30 minutes longer than iPhone X. This is the A12 bionic processor.

iPhone XS Teardown video

FixjeiPhone who performed teardown is based in the Netherlands, but the video can be subtitled in English.

As expected with all kinds of Apple computers, the assembly contains many adhesives. Still, this may be a company movement to protect users from themselves.

Video walks through the whole process of disassembling all the components of the handset. From now on, this iPhone XS teardown is likely to be a useful resource for third party repair services.

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