First iPhone XS Teardown Shows It Featured W/ A Single L-Shaped Battery And More Waterproof Seals

The first iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4 orders will arrive to users as soon as tomorrow, which means in the next few days, we should see various teardown, drop test, speed test and so on. Today, Dutch website FixjeiPhone took the lead by sharing images of the iPhone XS teardown, offer us a first look at inside of the model.

You may know already that the iPhone XS supports IP68 waterproof, and it does seems like that Apple has adopted more waterproof seals. Moreover, the battery design of the iPhone XS has also undergone a new change, a single L-shaped battery, though the iPhone X's battery is also L-shaped, it was a two-cell configuration rather than only one-cell.

In terms of battery capacity, the iPhone XS has a battery capacity of 2,658 mAH, which is smaller than the iPhone X's 2716 mAH due to the extra small battery it includes. However, according to Apple, the iPhone XS has more than half an hour battery life than the iPhone X thanks to the A12 Bionic chip that provides 50% of more power efficient.

Otherwise, the design looks pretty much identical, though the camera components apparently had a mirror adjustments. Also, both iPhone XS and XS Max are featured with 4GB of RAM, a small but useful improvements, these iPhones also comes with better LTE moderns compares to iPhone X last year.

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