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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 [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, [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/2OfqlKhyNnLuiJgR.huge|just like the Pro phones|new_window=true], the cables are aligned on one side this year.
[* black] All that ease, despite the improved IP68 water and dust resistance over the IP67 iPhone XR. Very nice! If we're being honest, though, we'd reallyprobably prefer to be able to just [guide|125573|pop off the back cover|stepid=242817|new_window=true].
[* black] All that ease, despite the improved IP68 water and dust resistance over the IP67 iPhone XR. Very nice! If we're being honest, though, we'd reallyprobably prefer to be able to just [guide|125573|pop off the back cover|stepid=242817|new_window=true].