Friday, November 3, 2017

This is the iPhone X inside: two batteries!


The iPhone X has a very different external appearance thanks to its new design with an OLED screen that covers the entire front of the device and very low side bezels.
Now, thanks to the teardown of iFixit , we can confirm that the internal hardware design is completely different to anything we had seen before on smartphones from Apple.
As mentioned yesterday, Apple has managed to implement a spectacular battery in the form of "L" on the iPhone X. But, in addition, in the analysis of iFixit we can check other developments.

This is how Apple's iPhone X is inside

The iPhone X motherboard occupies up to 70% more space than an iPhone 8 Plus , and has more connectors and chips. The company of the bitten apple has managed to reduce the size of certain components.
One of the most interesting developments at the hardware level in the iPhone X is that the motherboard is "folded" in half and welded during the manufacturing process, so the company has gained a lot of additional space for other components.
This extra space accommodates the double "L" shaped battery. But why does the iPhone X have this huge battery? The OLED screen drastically reduces the consumption of energy, between these two factors Apple has managed to make the battery of the iPhone X last up to two hours longer than the battery of the iPhone 7.
As for its TrueDepth system , it combines spot projectors, infrared illumination and cameras to create depth maps . This will give way to the Face ID functionality of facial recognition. A benefit that will give a lot to talk about.
And finally, this analysis of the iPhone X hardware gives us the final answer to the question why Apple changed the position of the dual camera. Your dual camera is upright due to the space occupied by the 3D sensors of the TrueDepth system.
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