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  • iFixit Starts Tearing Into Apple's New iPhone 6s, Shows Internal Hardware Guts Up Close


    With another new Apple device now on the loose, we can always count on the iFixit team to get a device early and start tearing into it and taking high quality photography of what they find. With the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, we see no difference in their actions. But they're actions that we enjoy, and we can learn a lot from.

    In the iPhone 6s teardown, iFixit has confirmed the smaller 1715 mAh battery, which makes room for the new Taptic Engine that is included to work with 3D Touch; the previous generation iPhone 6 came with a 1810 mAh battery. The teardown also confirms a 12 megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 5 megapixel front-facing FaceTime camera.

    More tearing down shows the new A9 and M9 processor and motion co-processors, 2GB Samsung RAM, Toshiba 16GB, 64GB or 128GB NAND flash, Qualcomm wireless, and other goodies:




    iFixit concluded the teardown late last night, giving the iPhone 6s a very fair 7 out 10 repairability score. iFixit likes the ease of replacing displays and batteries in this handset, but isn't so impressed with the proprietary pentalobe screws and Touch ID repair complications.



    Source: iFixit
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iFixit Starts Tearing Into Apple's New iPhone 6s, Shows Internal Hardware Guts Up Close started by Anthony Bouchard View original post