Here’s what we learned from iFixit’s iPhone 11 teardown

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iFixit’s annual iPhone teardown is always a great opportunity to take a peek inside Apple’s latest hardware, but this year’s edition has raised some intriguing questions. The big discovery is a second battery connector within the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which could be an indicator that the hardware was supposed to support bidirectional wireless charging at one point. iFixit also confirmed the size of the phone’s large L-shaped battery, the manufacturer of the phone’s modem, and found a hint of the amount of RAM inside Apple’s most powerful iPhone.

The second battery connector is the most interesting discovery of the teardown. Multiple rumors prior to this year’s iPhone 11 announcement suggested that Apple was preparing to equip the phones…

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