After we had a chance to see iPhone X in a teardown video, professionals from iFixit have got their hands on the smartphone and posted a complete, detailed teardown of Apple's latest flagship device. Surprisingly, the handset isn't that hard to repair and has received 6 out of 10 on the repairability scale.
Teardown reveals new dual-cell battery for the first time in an iPhone, and an ultra-small logic board that is about 70% of the area of the iPhone 8 Plus board, making more space for battery. However, once separated and spread out, the iPhone X's board is actually 35% bigger than the one in the iPhone 8 Plus. The complete teardown is available here or check the video below.