This Friday, September 24, in the countries of the first wave, sales of the new flagship series of smartphones iPhone 13 started, which debuted a week earlier, on the 14th. Chinese users were among the first to get access to the novelty, including the popular local tech blogger WekiHome, who could not resist and took apart the brand new iPhone 13 Pro in order to assess what kind of filling is hidden inside it.
The blogger took apart the iPhone 13 Pro that fell into his hands to the last screw and came to the conclusion that its insides are almost the same as last year’s iPhone 12 Pro. However, there are still a few key differences. For example, the new iPhone 13 Pro has a more capacious battery than its predecessor — 3095 mAh versus 2815 mAh. At the same time, the shape of the battery remains the same — it is an L-shaped battery manufactured by Sunwoda Electronic Co. The second difference between the Pro version of the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 12 Pro is a display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz from Samsung. Also, the South Korean giant supplies RAM modules for the new smartphone, and the Japanese company Kioxia is engaged in the supply of built-in drives. The new 5G-modem Qualcomm X60 is responsible for supporting work in the fifth generation cellular networks of the new smartphone. The blogger also noted that Apple has reduced the size of the Taptic Engine.
By the way, the Chinese blogger did not evaluate the maintainability of the iPhone 13 Pro. This is usually done by the guys from the iFixit repair shop, so we’ll wait until they get to the iPhone 13 Pro with their tools and examine the smartphone for ease of repair.