The guys over at iFixit have already taken the new iPhone 11 Pro Max apart and now it is the turn of the iPhone 11.
The iPhone 11 is the most affordable of this years handsets with prices starting at $699, although it does feature a lot of the hardware that the more expensive handsets have.
As we slowly lift the screen out of the way, our first glimpse inside the iPhone 11 confirms our suspicions: this is an iPhone XR with some iPhone 11 Pro tech inside. Most notably: a new double-decker logic board, never before seen on the mid-size line. Unfortunately, the display is similar to its predecessors in that swapping it without Apple’s special tools disables True Tone—not unexpected, but disappointing nonetheless. But hey, at least the display is still user-swappable.
You can find out more details on what iFixit found inside the new iPhone 11 over at their website at the link below. The handset scored 6 out of 10, 1 is very hard to repair and 10 is easy to repair.