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## Alterações no passo #5

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- [* black] Inside, the XR starts to look more like a fun hybrid between the [guide|97481|8|stepid=178955|new_window=true] and the [guide|113021|X|stepid=216137|new_window=true]. We're back to a rectangular battery, but there's also a rectangular logic board. [* black] The question is: How many layers does that logic board have? [* black] At first glance, we're surprised by the large gap above the battery—older iPhones have a [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/QySsPyUIMLNKKQpE.medium|strip of logic board|new_window=true] that inhabits this space, but since that's been trimmed up, why not take up that extra space with more battery? [* icon_note] At ''second'' glance, we realize that space is taken up by the display-mounted earpiece speaker, just like in the other X-series iPhones. [* black] The thoughtful, display-first opening procedure is over with just like that—about as painless as it gets on a water-resistant smartphone. [* icon_note] Apple perfected this design all the way back on the [guide|10525|iPhone 5|stepid=38274|new_window=true]—and thankfully, they've never changed it. [* black] Inside, the XR starts to look more like a fun hybrid between the [guide|97481|8|stepid=178955|new_window=true] and the [guide|98975|X|stepid=182849|new_window=true]. We're back to a rectangular battery, but there's also a rectangular logic board. [* black] The question is: How many [guide|98975|layers|stepid=182892|new_window=true] does that logic board have?

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