iFixit is well known for its iPhone tearing and repair system. The company sets up fantastic repair guides for DIY fans. iFixit has shared some downloaded and X-ray wallpapers for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The backgrounds create the illusion of collapse and show the interior in full splendor.
Internal and X-ray backgrounds look like you’re looking at an iPhone. As far as we are concerned, the only gift is a watch with a home screen. iFixit has been sharing such wallpapers for the iPhone for some time. If you want to enhance your iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro with something nerdy, you have to try wallpapers.
To apply your own downloads and X-ray backgrounds: Go to this page on your phone. Touch the background to see it in full resolution, then save it to your photos. Open the Settings app, select “Wallpapers,” and then “Choose a new wallpaper.” Then the demolition is yours, no tools are needed.
As mentioned earlier, the iPhone 13 comes with a new set of Face IDs that connects the illuminator and the dot projector into one module. Furthermore, Apple moved the handset to the top, effectively reducing the comma. Earlier, the flood illuminator was integrated into the screen and took up relatively more space.
The crash also revealed that Apple uses OLED touch-integrated panels on the iPhone 13. In other words, the panels use a combination of touch and OLED layers. This helps Apple reduce costs, materials, thickness and make screens more robust.
Apple moved the handset to the top cover. The disadvantage of this is that one of the screws is located below the logic board. If you want to replace the handset, you must also remove the board. It makes the whole process complicated and there is a good chance that things will go wrong. In the end, iFixit concluded that the iPhone 13 was difficult to repair unlike its predecessor, earning it a 5 repairability rating.
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