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iPhone 7 Plus Gets Full Teardown by iFixit

by Conner Flynn
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When I was a kid, I loved taking stuff apart to see how it worked inside. My parents, not so much. The stuff was expensive, and often difficult to get back together. Well, like many, that desire to open things up and tear into them has never really left me, which is why we love teardown videos so much. As they often do with new gadgets, as soon as they could get their hands on one, iFixit took apart a shiny new iPhone 7 Plus to see what’s inside.

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The iPhone 7 Plus retains the basic design of the previous generation, but it does have a lot of upgrades. There’s the new dual camera system, a non mechanical home button, iP67 water resistance, and a nice processor upgrade.

But what has changed on the inside? Watch the video to see what they found:

Seems like a whole lot of the changes are to help ensure that water doesn’t get inside. If you don’t have 5 minutes to spare, there’s an abridged 90 second video too:

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