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[* black] The logic determining what makes a smartphone “Pro” is still up in the air, but one thing is for sure: you don’t have to be a pro to open an iPhone these days.
[* icon_note] Ever since the iPhone 6S (link)[guide|48170|iPhone 6S|stepid=107852|new_window=true], the procedure for getting past an iPhone’s screen adhesive has been the same: heat, slice, and repeat—just watch out for stray cables!
[* icon_note] Ever since the iPhone 6S (link)[guide|48170|iPhone 6S|stepid=107852|new_window=true], the procedure for getting past an iPhone’s screen adhesive has been the same: heat, slice, and repeat—just watch out for stray cables!
[* black] Luckily, just like this year’s Pro series (link), the cables are aligned on one side this year.
[* black] And that’sAll that ease, despite the improved IP68 water and dust resistance over the IP67 iPhone XR.
[* black] Luckily, just like this year’s Pro series, the cables are aligned on one side this year.
[* black] And that’sAll that ease, despite the improved IP68 water and dust resistance over the IP67 iPhone XR.
[* black] Luckily, just like this year’s Pro series, the cables are aligned on one side this year.