The early iPhone 12 teardown features a smaller taptic engine, magnetic...

The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro are slated to ship to customers this Friday, but there are some already in the wild. Leaker DuanRui shared a video this morning with a brief outline of the new “iPhone 12” that gives us a quick look at the internals.


In the video, the “iPhone 12” is disassembled component by component, with comparisons with corresponding iPhone 11 parts being provided. The new “iPhone 12” has an L-shaped logic board that we first saw in a leak in May. The “iPhone 12” logic card is not identical to the leaked logic card, so the leaked version is likely from another of the “iPhone 12” models.


The logic board is longer than the logic board used in “iPhone 11”, and it has the L-design mentioned above, rather than just a straight design.
The “iPhone 12” contains a 2,815 mAh battery that was seen in the Brazilian approval applications last week. The ‌iPhone 11‌ has a comparatively higher capacity of 3,110 mAh. However, Apple is listing similar battery lengths for both iPhone models due to the efficiency improvements introduced by the A14.

Smaller batteries may have been included as Apple may have required additional space for the 5G components in this year’s iPhones. However, some tests have already been run that looked at draining the battery faster than normal when using 5G networks. This isn’t necessarily a surprise as 5G has been known to drain your battery faster, but it’s something that iPhone 12‌ and 12 Pro users should be aware of.
The Taptic Engine, which provides haptic feedback, is much smaller in the “iPhone 12”, and the breakdown also shows the magnetic ring that works with MagSafe accessories.



There are also comparisons between other components such as the display, the dual lens camera setup, the flash, and much more that interested parties can see in the video.
iFixit will have of “iPhone 12” and “12 Pro” in the future that we can count on when the new devices are released.

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