iPhone 11 Pro Max Teardown Show A Larger Battery With An Odd Shape
Aadhya Khatri - Sep 19, 2019
DChannel on YouTube has just published the first teardown of an iPhone 11 Pro Max, showing us what goes into the making of Apple’s latest extra-large iPhone
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DChannel on YouTube has just published the first teardown of an iPhone 11 Pro Max, showing us what goes into the making of Apple’s latest extra-large iPhone.
While last year’s iPhone XS Max features a 12.06 watt-hour battery, this year’s successor of the phone sports a 15.04 watt-hour cell, which can translate to a boost of 25%. This might explain why Apple is quite confident in the longer battery life of iPhone XS Max.
According to Apple, this year iPhone 11 Pro Max will be able to hold up for five hours longer than its predecessor. Nilay Patel, editor-in-chief of the Verge, found out that the phone can last for 12 to 14 hours in comparison with an average of 10 hours of the XS Max.
Another reason for this durability might be the A13 Bionic chip, which, according to Apple, is the most powerful and power-efficient chip the company has ever created.
While most phones’ batteries will come in the rectangular shape, Apple’s look like an odd L. That weird look might stem from the idea to use as much space left as possible to pack in more power.
iPhone XS Max’s battery also looks like an L, making up of two rectangular cells. In addition to a weird shape, the thickness of the cell inside iPhone 11 Pro Max is another cause for longer battery life.
The teardown also reveals a change in Apple’s logic board, from iPhone XS Max’s L-shaped one to a rectangular and smaller one on iPhone 11 Pro Max, making more room for other components and a larger battery. We also have a closer look at the triple-camera setup on the rear as well as the front TrueDepth module equipped with Face ID.