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[* black] There may not be an Xany "X" in this iPhone's name anymore, but luckily the X-rays still shoot straight through it, giving us a sneak peak at what's ahead.
[* black] There may not be an Xany "X" in this iPhone's name anymore, but luckily the X-rays still shoot straight through it, giving us a sneak peak at what's ahead.
[* black] Big thanks to [https://creativeelectron.com/|Creative Electron|new_window=true] for always accompanying us on our teardown adventures so we never get lost.
[* icon_note] And that's not all the X-rays are good for—they make great [https://www.ifixit.com/News/iphone-11-and-11-pro-max-teardown-wallpapers|wallpapers|new_window=true] too, just sayin'.
[* black] On the inside, we spy a rectangular battery, a long double-stacked logic board (note the little holes—vias—around the board), and the absence of a [guide|126000|second battery connector|stepid=243568|new_window=true] and accompanying mystery board... this is definitely alreadyboard. In short, it's looking a bit like an iPhone XR with some XS techtech folded in.
[* black] On the inside, we spy a rectangular battery, a long double-stacked logic board (note the little holes—vias—around the board), and the absence of a [guide|126000|second battery connector|stepid=243568|new_window=true] and accompanying mystery board... this is definitely alreadyboard. In short, it's looking a bit like an iPhone XR with some XS techtech folded in.