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Released on September 24th 2021, the iPhone 13 mini is a smaller version of Apple's iPhone 13 and is the second mini iPhone. It features a 5.4-inch OLED, an A15 Bionic processor, and dual rear cameras.

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iPhone 13 mini restarting, SMC PANIC - ASSERTION

Please help me with this error, i tried to reinstall the IOS but no changes.

It has a screen changed and the rear, front camera doesn't work. I bought today as it is.

Can be any chances by the screen causing restarts ?

I read some articles that can be the Charger cable flex thing or proximity sensor flex , but i'm not sure. :(

I disconnected the charger cable flex and keep restarting.

panic(cpu 0 caller 0xfffffff02b8469ac): SMC PANIC - ASSERTION FAILED: target/d16/target.cpp:263: 0, SMC BSC failure, spreadsheet ver(*10) 190

S.sensor array 0 - 6 is 0x0, 0x400, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0

F.sensor array 0 is 0x0

- Misc(2) OUTBOX1 not ready

ASSERTION FAILED: target/d16/target.cpp:263: 0, SMC BSC failure, spreadsheet ver(*10) 190

S.sensor array 0 - 6 is 0x0, 0x400, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0, 0x0

F.sensor array 0 is 0x0

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There's a whole section on this panic on the iPhone Kernel Panics page, but in summary, you're on the right track.

Panic Assertion failed is usually related to some sensor that isn't checking in with the System Management Controller (SMC).

The unfortunate part is that the sensor in your panic points to an issue with the logic board. The x400 sensor is specific to the iPhone 13 mini. The logic board for any iPhone X or new (save the XR and the 2020 and 2022 SE variants) has a stacked logic board. It's really two separate boards sandwiched together.

The x400 sensor is on the bottom board. Usually something like that would be caused by bend, or substantial drop. There could be a break in the connection between the boards, or an issue with the bottom board itself. That will require soldering and some very specialized tools to repair.

If the device is still under warranty, be sure to check with Apple. If it's not otherwise damaged, this should be covered.

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