Repair site iFixit last week shared a video teardown of Apple’s new iPhone 15 Pro Max, and now iFixit is back with a deeper look inside the standard iPhone 15. iFixit’s iPhone 15 teardown includes an examination of many of the components with a microscope, giving us a view of the device we don’t typically get.
With the microscope, iFixit is able to provide a closer look at the iPhone’s casing, adhesive, and display, showing off individual pixels. There are zoomed-in views of everything from the battery connector to the magnets inside the Taptic Engine.
Compared to the iPhone 14, the ?iPhone 15? is remarkably similar, which makes sense because the design has not changed. There is a larger 48-megapixel camera, though, which iFixit confirms is not, in fact, the same 48-megapixel camera that’s in the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The quad pixel “buckets” in the ?iPhone 15?’s camera are around 22 percent smaller, which means that the camera is not able to perform as well in low lighting conditions as the camera in the ?iPhone 15 Pro? Max.
iFixit’s ?iPhone 15? teardown isn’t revealing anything that we didn’t already know, but it is a fun read thanks to the closer look at multiple components.Related Roundup: iPhone 15Tags: iFixit, TeardownBuyer’s Guide: iPhone 15 (Buy Now)Related Forum: iPhoneThis article, “iFixit Examines iPhone 15 Components Under a Microscope” first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Author: Juli Clover