The iPhone SE (2020) made its debut in April and has been a buzz of the city ever since. The latest iPhone is said to be similar to the iPhone 8 in terms of its design, while its under-hood specifications resemble the flagship iPhone 11. A tear by DIY repair site iFixit had also pointed to several hardware components on the new iPhone SE (2020) are interchangeable with the iPhone 8. But one of the differences between the two phones is the presence of Taptic Engine – available on the new iPhone SE (2020). Last month, the popular YouTuber, Zack Nelson who runs the channel JerryRing Everything, tested the durability of the new iPhone. Now, he is giving us a tour of the inside of the iPhone SE (2020).
Splitter analysis by nelson to start With removing the back cover iPhone SE (2020). To achieve this, the YouTuber removes two Pantoboy screws at the bottom of the phone, after which the back panel comes out easily with a sharp and some heat. Next, we can notice that the internal cable design of the iPhone SE (2020) is the same iphone 8. It was the first time Told In a report by iFixit during its tear analysis.
After removing several cables and screws we can notice the Tapti engine sitting just above the speaker grille and charging port. The video also states that the battery inside the iPhone SE (2020) comes out easily by removing the “pull-tab”, so it’s very replaceable. These days, many smartphones that include the powerful Samsung Galaxy S20 + Use A strong adhesive to keep the battery intact on the phone. This makes it much harder to replace the battery in case of damaging issues.
Arriving in a Tapti engine, we can see coiled copper wires, some magnets and metal springs inside the heated engine. The video also indicates the presence of oil that acts as a lubricant for the hardware component. The Tapic engine is essentially the hardware component responsible for providing haptic feedback on the latest iPhones. With haptic feedback, users can communicate with the phone screen using touch and hold gestures.
In the closing section of the video, we can see the phone’s functions perfectly fine without the Tapti engine. Nelson also indicates that the iPhone SE (2020) is easily repairable at low cost. However, this is not the first time YouTuber was analyzing the hardware features of the iPhone SE (2020). Last month, Nelson also Tested out The durability of the phone, which came out with flying colors.
To remember, Apple Launched iPhone SE (2020) on 16 April. The phone is powered by the flagship A13 Bionic SoC and has a 12-megapixel camera sensor. The phone price in India starts at Rs. 42,500 for 64 GB storage variants.
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