IPhone 12s first disassembly Video: confirmed to use high pass x55 baseband

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 IPhone 12s first disassembly Video: confirmed to use high pass x55 baseband


The disassembly video (from century Weifeng Technology) compares the iPhone 12 with last years iPhone 11. The new iPhone 12 uses an L-shaped logic board, which is longer than the one used in the iPhone 11. You can see that the iPhone 12 OLED screen is thinner than the iPhone 11 LCD screen, and apple has also reduced the size of the iPhone 12 tapic engine vibration motor.

The video confirms that the iPhone 12 has a battery capacity of 2815 MAH and an internal MagSafe magnetic suction system. Compared with the iPhone 11, the iPhone 12 is 11% thinner, 15% smaller and 16% lighter.

The magnetic ring that matches the MagSafe accessory is also shown in the disassembly.

The dismantling also confirmed that Apples iPhone 12 was equipped with Qualcomms snapdragon x55 modem, which is consistent with the rumors we heard before the launch of the new device. X55 provides support for 5g millimeter wave network and 5gsub-6ghz network, as well as 5g / 4G spectrum sharing. It is the second generation 5g chip after X50.

According to the report in 2019, Apple will use the x55 modem in its iPhone 12 series, when the x55 was the fastest and latest 5g modem of Qualcomm. In February 2020, Qualcomm launched the X60 modem based on the 5-nanometer process, which saves more power than the 7-nanometer x55.

Some people have speculated that Apple may adopt the X60 in the iPhone 12 series, but the X60 is likely to appear too late in the development of the iPhone 12 to consider using it. Next years iPhone is likely to use Qualcomms snapdragon X60 modem, the third-generation 5g modem chip produced by Qualcomm. It will bring significant performance improvements in battery power consumption, component size and connection speed, as it provides carrier aggregation capabilities that combine mmwave and networks below 6GHz. Apple used Intel chips in the iPhone 11 series, but after intel was unable to produce 5g modem chips, apple switched to Qualcomm Technology. Apple has settled a long-standing legal dispute with Qualcomm to acquire its chip technology. Source: it home editor: Duan Jiaqi_ NT7312

Some people have speculated that Apple may adopt the X60 in the iPhone 12 series, but the X60 is likely to appear too late in the development of the iPhone 12 to consider using it.

Next years iPhone is likely to use Qualcomms snapdragon X60 modem, the third-generation 5g modem chip produced by Qualcomm. It will bring significant performance improvements in battery power consumption, component size and connection speed, as it provides carrier aggregation capabilities that combine mmwave and networks below 6GHz.

Apple used Intel chips in the iPhone 11 series, but after intel was unable to produce 5g modem chips, apple switched to Qualcomm Technology. Apple has settled a long-standing legal dispute with Qualcomm to acquire its chip technology.