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[* black] To tide you over until tomorrow,We’re back after a much needed [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/Jrk2MfB4wOIoi6Bg.full|catnap|new_window=true]! But superheroes never sleep—and [https://creativeelectron.com/|Creative Electron|new_window=true] has saved the day with this neat X-ray.
[* black] What can
we have some dessert for you! Some chips from our European logic boardlearn? As usual, the dark bits are the dense, often magnetic parts of the phone, namely:
[* red] Apple APL1W01 A14 Bionic SoC, layered over Micron D9XMR MT53D512M64D4UA-046 XT:F 4 GB LPDDR4 SDRAM (sameblack] OIS magnets on the lower camera, earpiece, and loudspeakers, as well as in the iPhone 12/12 Pro)
[* orange] [https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-865-5g-mobile-platform|Qualcomm SDR865|new_window=true] 5G mobile platform
[* yellow] [https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-x55-5g-modem|Qualcomm SDX55M|new_window=true] 5G Modem-RF System
[* green] A mysterious empty solder pad covered by a shield
[* light_blue] A mysterious empty solder pad (no shield edition)
teeny Taptic Engine.
[* black] Perhaps most interestingly, we see the MagSafe ring has been ''miniaturized'' ... kinda.
[*
icon_note] What can you spot? Let us knowThe standard MagSafe circumference doesn't quite fit in this pint-sized phone, so the commentsright and we'll have the US logic board (and the restleft edges of the teardown) soon enough!circle have been lopped off.
[* black] But what are those dense spots in the upper sensor array? Time to investigate.
[* black] To tide you over until tomorrow,We’re back after a much needed [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/Jrk2MfB4wOIoi6Bg.full|catnap|new_window=true]! But superheroes never sleep—and [https://creativeelectron.com/|Creative Electron|new_window=true] has saved the day with this neat X-ray.
[* black] What can
we have some dessert for you! Some chips from our European logic boardlearn? As usual, the dark bits are the dense, often magnetic parts of the phone, namely:
[* red] Apple APL1W01 A14 Bionic SoC, layered over Micron D9XMR MT53D512M64D4UA-046 XT:F 4 GB LPDDR4 SDRAM (sameblack] OIS magnets on the lower camera, earpiece, and loudspeakers, as well as in the iPhone 12/12 Pro)
[* orange] [https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-865-5g-mobile-platform|Qualcomm SDR865|new_window=true] 5G mobile platform
[* yellow] [https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-x55-5g-modem|Qualcomm SDX55M|new_window=true] 5G Modem-RF System
[* green] A mysterious empty solder pad covered by a shield
[* light_blue] A mysterious empty solder pad (no shield edition)
teeny Taptic Engine.
[* black] Perhaps most interestingly, we see the MagSafe ring has been ''miniaturized'' ... kinda.
[*
icon_note] What can you spot? Let us knowThe standard MagSafe circumference doesn't quite fit in this pint-sized phone, so the commentsright and we'll have the US logic board (and the restleft edges of the teardown) soon enough!circle have been lopped off.
[* black] But what are those dense spots in the upper sensor array? Time to investigate.

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