iPhone 6 Plus: complete analysis of iFixit (7 out of 10 on a scale to be repaired)





Just a few days ago, the new iPhone was introduced corporation Apple, and the team has already iFixit disassembled an older model, iPhone 6 Plus, by screws, in a literal sense.

Looking ahead, it is worth saying that the iPhone 6 Plus scale maintainability got 7, which is a significant improvement over the iPhone 5S. What, continued - more than a dozen photos and a description of each stage of disassembly.

Step 1
Processor: 64-bit processor A8; RAM: 1 GB Memory: 16, 64 and 128 GB; Display 5, 5 inch, 1920x1080 pixels (401 ppi) Retina HD; Camera: iSight to 8MP; Sensors and transducers: fingerprints, barometer, gyroscope, accelerometer, light sensor ; Size: 158, 1 mm in length, 77, 8 mm wide and 7 mm thickness of the device 1.
 


Camera slightly protrudes from the housing.

In fact, the body has a plastic insert to the antenna device can receive the signal.

Step 2



Wringing pentalobe-cogs




Branch of the display using the cunning tool iSclack




The inner housing



Cables running from the screen securely fastened with metal holders

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The camera is part of the module, with the inclusion of an external speaker.





Step 6. Branch metal plate



Apple Inc. has changed the same way to connect the Home button to the motherboard. This, according to the team razobrschikov, improves maintainability device.

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In older models high capacity battery than the iPhone 6: 6, 91Vt • h 1810mAch. As a result, battery life iPhone PLus more than the iPhone 6.

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According to the team iFixit, Apple's new smartphone is pretty easy to repair, plus it is better protected from external influences. Ideally, the display is separated in the first place, because the problems with the display - the most common.

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