Apple iPhone X teardown video shows two batteries

    Watch the iPhone X getting torn down over here.

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    The iPhone X, the most expensive smartphone to be launched by Apple is all set to go on sale in many countries across the world including India today. In the meantime, a select number of YouTube personalities have managed to get their hands on the device ahead of its release.

    Apple iPhone X teardown video shows two batteries

     

    While several videos showed the device in full glory and hands-on of the iPhone X, the recent one that is shown below clearly shows the iPhone X teardown. In the video, the iPhone X has been torn down revealing the innards and its overall structure. The device appears to have a similar structure as the other iPhones built in the past. The display has been removed from the top and the hinges at the top as well. The display appears to be connected to the board at the right as the device is hinged to the right.

    As soon as the display is removed, the first thing that comes to our notice is the dual batteries. It looks like Apple decided to split the battery capacity between two batteries in an attempt to fit the other components around the small batteries instead of having a thicker and larger one under the hood. The motherboard is taken out before the battery and it appears to be small. The batteries appear to be in L shape and split into two.

    The video that lasts for 15 minutes shows some unique pieces that actually separate the iPhone X from the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. You can take a look at the mangle of cables connecting the display. Notably, we would like to note that this is not the most thorough teardown of the iPhone X. We expect such detailed videos to surface online once the pre-ordered units are shipped to the users.

     

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