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Looks like sideways-opening iPhones are here to stay. Apple surprised us with this little trick on the 7 Plus, but by now it's standard. This single bracket covers every logic board connector—we've never seen this kind of connector density. And once again, we're faced with tri-point screws standing sentry over any repairs once you get past the pentalobe screws guarding the door.
  • Looks like sideways-opening iPhones are here to stay. Apple surprised us with this little trick on the 7 Plus, but by now it's standard.

  • This single bracket covers every logic board connector—we've never seen this kind of connector density.

  • And once again, we're faced with tri-point screws standing sentry over any repairs once you get past the pentalobe screws guarding the door.

  • Something tells us Apple doesn't really want us (or you) tinkering in here.

Parece que los iPhones que se abren de lado están aquí para quedarse. Apple nos sorprendió con este truco pequeño en el 7 plus, pero ahora es el estándar.

Este solo soporte cubre todos los conectores de la placa lógica; nunca hemos visto este tipo de densidad de conectores.

Y una vez más, nos encontramos con tornillos de tri-punta que previenen cualquier reparación una vez que pasas los tornillos pentalobe que protegen la puerta.

Algo nos dice que Apple no quiere que nosotros (o ustedes) estemos jugueteando aquí.

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