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The logic determining what makes a smartphone “Pro” is still up in the air, but one thing's for sure: you don’t have to be a pro to open an iPhone these days. Ever since the iPhone 6S, the procedure for getting past an iPhone’s screen adhesive has been the same: heat, slice, and repeat. Just watch out for stray cables! As on the new Pro phones, the screen assembly's cables are aligned to one side, but not as tightly and safely grouped together.
  • The logic determining what makes a smartphone “Pro” is still up in the air, but one thing's for sure: you don’t have to be a pro to open an iPhone these days.

  • Ever since the iPhone 6S, the procedure for getting past an iPhone’s screen adhesive has been the same: heat, slice, and repeat. Just watch out for stray cables!

  • As on the new Pro phones, the screen assembly's cables are aligned to one side, but not as tightly and safely grouped together.

  • All that ease, despite the improved IP68 water and dust resistance over the IP67-rated iPhone XR. Very nice! (Though, if we're being honest, we're in love with another phone that makes things even easier, albeit without the water resistance.)

どういうスマートフォンが”Pro”というラベルになるのかは、依然として不明ですが、確かな事が1つあります。iPhoneを開口するのに、プロである必要はないということです。

iPhone 6Sモデル以降、スクリーン下の接着剤を剥がす方法に変わりはありません。温めて、スライス、この作業を繰り返します。迷い込んだケーブルに注意しましょう!

新Proモデルでは、スクリーンアセンブリのケーブルがデバイスの1箇所に集められている上に、安全に揃えて束ねられています。

IP67耐水性能のiPhone XRから、IP68まで改良されたにも関わらず、開口作業は簡単です!素晴らしいですね!(でも正直に言えば、作業がもっと簡単な別のスマートフォンの方がお気に入りです。しかし、耐水性能は諦めなければなりません)

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