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  1. iPhone 13 Pro Teardown, iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 1, imagem 1 %32
    • While the regular and mini get some of the cool new tech for this generation, the iPhone 13 Pro gets it all. Here's what's on the menu:

    • A15 Bionic SoC with a new 5‑core GPU, 6-core CPU, and 16‑core Neural Engine

    • 6.1-inch (2532 × 1170 pixels) Super Retina XDR OLED display with ProMotion

    • 12 MP triple camera system with an ultra-wide angle (ƒ/1.8), wide angle (ƒ/1.5), and 3x telephoto (ƒ/2.8) cameras, plus a LiDAR module.

    • 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage (configurable up to 1 TB)

    • Sub-6 GHz 5G (and mmWave on the US models), 4x4 MIMO LTE, 2x2 MIMO 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, Ultra Wideband, and NFC

    • MagSafe 15 W wireless charging

    • IP68 water-resistance rating

    Hi, guys, could you add the Model number of this Iphone13 Pro ? A2483?

    xiajinggai - Responder

  2. iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 2, imagem 1 %32 iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 2, imagem 2 %32 iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 2, imagem 3 %32
    • Compared to the 13 Pro Max, this lil' Pro is just right for our teardown. But it's not the size that counts, it's the insides!

    • It’s not that far-fetched to believe future iPhones will have built-in X-ray capabilities as one of their, say, 14 cameras. For now, we call upon our good friends at Creative Electron.

    • You can see a double dose of L-shaped battery, claiming every millimeter of space they can. We first saw these back when iPhones had letters for names.

    • We also see stabilizing magnets for the image sensors, tiny logic boards, and some potentially smaller Taptic Engines?

    • From the outside, this lucky number 13 looks a little swollen compared to last year's model. The camera bump has bumped up so much that the phone doesn't lay flush on a flat surface! Not that the 12 did either, though. Sigh.

    • Hopefully the micrometers of extra focal length will help justify this Carolina Squat. We'll have to wait and see!

    Can I get some sweet iPhone 13 Pro wallpapers like was done last year for the Max?

    But, iFixit, what if I don't need to fix my iPhone and I just want to stare at its gorgeous guts? We've got you covered with these nifty Pro Max wallpapers.

    olaamocondios - Responder

    We’ll have wallpapers available next week!

    Craig Lloyd -

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    • Good thing we've been practicing opening and closing our 12 Pro for weeks! The 13 Pro thankfully inherits one of our favorite smartphone opening procedures. The display comes off first, like opening a book. A ... slightly sticky book.

    • Inside, we immediately spot some surprises—and some handsome labeling! It's almost like they were expecting us.

    • But we thought this phone wasn't supposed to be opened?

    • For starters, the digitizer and display cables seem to have joined forces. The upper sensor cable is off on its own near the top (and is scary thin and way too short).

    • The Taptic Engine appears smaller than the 12 Pro's shaker, but it's actually bulked up, clocking in at 6.3 grams and 869.4 mm³, versus the 12 Pro's 4.8 grams and 764.27 mm³.

    Will you be posting internals picture for download as wallpaper? Have been using your wallpapers for last several generations.

    aclark - Responder

  4. iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 4, imagem 1 %32
    • Let's spot the differences between the 13 Pro (shown left) and 12 Pro (right) shall we? First off: no more display-mounted earpiece speaker! Easier display replacements, but irksome earpiece replacements (more on that later!)

    • And second, a missing cable (one we didn't notice was also missing in the 12 Pro Max as a matter of fact!)

    • Thanks to some expert knowledge from our new friends at Instrumental, we think the iPhones 13 are using "touch-integrated OLED panels", which, like their name suggests, combine the touch and OLED layers of a display—reducing cost, materials, thickness, and the number of cables you can accidentally tear. Neat!

    • The Notch™ is 20 percent narrower on the 13 Pro compared to the 12 Pro, thanks to Face ID's flood illuminator and dot projector merging into a single module! (Also more on that later! Noticing a pattern?)

    Maybe, dot projecter and infrared camera are merged into single module.

    Also, flood illuminator is back of the display.

    김세준 - Responder

    The notch in the 13 series is actually slightly deeper than the notch seen in previous models! You can see this when you compare an iPhone 13/13 Pro and, say, an iPhone X displaying 18:9 video: The 13’s notch cuts into the side of the video ever so slightly, while the X’s notch does not.

    You can see a comparison here:

    FoxRunTime - Responder

    Well that sucks…

    Lucas Andreason -

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    • Look Apple, we can rack focus, too! Our cinematic prowess stars the LiDAR module glancing suspiciously at the hefty camera trifecta.

    • Unlike the vanilla iPhone, this year's Pro camera arrangement looks the same (and noticeably beefier than the 12 Pro's array). How will people know you've upgraded now?! Maybe you should just… not?

    • For those of us still holding onto iPhones, iPads, and Macs of yesteryear (go us!) maybe snag some discounted repair kits—use the code SKIP20 to get 20% off Apple Fix Kits. Refresh your worn battery or replace that cracked screen while saving money and the planet!

    • No wonder that bump is bumpin'. These camera lenses are reaching for the stars to gather as much light as possible!

    is the lidar module the same as on the iphone 12 pro ?

    nevillejohn - Responder

    Were you guys able to confirm that the camera module on the 13P and 13PM is the exact same, part number and all?

    Harrison Wilson - Responder

    Can anyone tell me what hirose FPC connectors are used? It would be nice to have a list of each component. I have seen Chinese companies produce break-out boards for some sensor and battery connections. It would be nice to have a list of these as replacing them sometimes is what is needed.

    lunacyworks - Responder

    • We bust out the loudspeaker and Taptic Engine to get at the battery, thanks to the Moray driver kit!

    • The clean, minimalist printing mimics the clean, minimalist removal procedure. We can't praise stretch-release adhesive more highly, though we'd love easier access to the tabs...

    • This beefy L caps out at an expected 11.97 Wh compared to the 10.78 Wh obelisk found in the iPhone 12 Pro (and non-Pro), but loses out to the standard's 12.54 Wh rectangular cell.

    • The fancy new Pro screens let them sip battery, leading to better battery life.

    • None of these three hold a candle to the 17.8 Wh behemoth in the Xiaomi Mi 11, not to mention Samsung...

    • We can finally let out the breath we've been holding: after some rumors that battery swaps wouldn't be possible this year, we're happy to report that our early battery swap tests were all successful!

    • Apple hasn't given up its scare tactics, so you'll still get a warning notification. Be brave and keep fixing!

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    • The layered logic board is even teensier this year, and unfortunately the SIM card reader is now baked onto the board (booo!). In any case, let's see what chips are lying on the surface:

    • Apple APL1W07 A15 Bionic SoC layered with what's most likely 6 GB of SK Hynix LPDDR4X SDRAM

    • Apple/USI U1 ultra-wideband chip

    • Apple APL1098 power management IC

    • Skyworks SKY58276-17 front-end module

    • Skyworks SKY58271-19 front-end module

    • Apple 338S00770-B0 power management IC

    • STMicroelectronics STB601A05 power management IC

    So far LPDDR4X??!

    Dimitrrii - Responder

    The PMIC is actually APL109B not APL1098. That is the A2442 14" macbook pro's PMIC.

    Kostyal Balint - Responder

  7. iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 8, imagem 1 %32 iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 8, imagem 2 %32
    • This is one time where blowing hot air is beneficial. Here's what we find inside this silicon sandwich:

    • 128 GB of Kioxia NAND flash memory

    • Qualcomm SDX60M 5G modem

    • Most likely a Qualcomm SDR868 5G RF transceiver

    • USI 339S00761 WiFi/Bluetooth module

    • Broadcom AFEM-8215 front-end module

    • NXP Semiconductor SN210V NFC controller with secure element

    • If this doesn't satiate your chip ID appetite, check out our full roundup of iPhone 13 Pro chip ID to quench your thirst.

    Is there a difference in memory between the 128gb and 256 or are they the same except for capacity

    Sean Sinnreich - Responder

  8. iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 9, imagem 1 %32 iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 9, imagem 2 %32 iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 9, imagem 3 %32
    • Up top we find the relocated earpiece speaker, complete with a cute little snoot. That snoot lives between the front-facing camera and Face ID hardware, and connects to a channel that directs sound out the top of the display.

    • While we love simple spring contacts, one of this speaker's standoff screws is trapped under the logic board, meaning you'll have to remove the board to swap the speaker! These layers are quite the repair ogre …

    • With its cables running underneath said earpiece speaker (which, again, is underneath the logic board) the front-facing camera hardware—enabler of the new, shrunken Notch™—is not exactly a piece of cake to access. But, at last, we have arrived!

    • After pulling out all the big-name bits, we spy something with its very own cut-out in the case metal. Our guess is that it's an Ultra Wideband antenna. Say hi, Find My!

    Does anyone know what manufacturing process does Apple use to create the 90-degree holes and threads inside the iPhone? The ones on the inside of the bezels. They are visible in the second photo of Step 9. There are two screws holding a silver metal bracket for the slide switch assembly. Two other screws for the volume buttons, not visible here. Also there is one on the top bezel, on the left side of the camera module held by the tweezers.


    Regular CNC cutting tools are not able reach inside at such an angle. Above the slide switch there are two other screws, but they are at about 30 degree and so a drill and a tap with a long tool holder can reach inside and clear the phone’s frame. But the slide switch holes appear to be impossible to reach this way.


    The only way I can think of is with an EDM die sinking process, but it's incredibly expensive. Not that the iPhone is cheap, but for a couple of screw, I don't think anyone could justify the cost! The other option would be die casting and using threaded inserts.

    Pesho - Responder

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    • About that front-facing camera: the dot projector has moved from the edge to the center of the module this year, but it also holds a little secret.

    • The flood illuminator, previously a part of the display—and a necessary component of Face ID—has been integrated into this new dual-purpose module.

    • With the display assembly now independent from Face ID hardware, you might be thinking display and Face ID swaps are easier than ever now! Right? Well, hold that thought.

    • Face ID works even when we disconnected the front sensor assembly. However, any display replacement knocks out Face ID.* We tried transferring the sensors along with the old display and the Face ID hardware, but no dice. Something on the display is serial-locked to the Face ID hardware.

    • TL;DR: Screen replacements outside Apple's authorized repair network lose all Face ID functionality.

    • *Update, Dec. 2021: In iOS 15.2, Apple waved their magic wand and made this problem go away. Now anyone can replace an iPhone 13 screen without losing Face ID.

    • Though you'll still get a not-so-friendly Important Display Message, and the new display will show up as an unknown part in the Parts and Service History.

    Face id lock works on any faceid iphones? If i wanna buy used iphone XSm to be sure that screen wasnt replaced.

    Dmitriy Yushkov - Responder

    There are now videos claiming that screen replacement can be done without losing face id.

    Neil Martin - Responder

    Face ID stinks. Finger print sensors for the win Apple.

    Scott Wilkins - Responder

    Face ID work with replaced phone on any iPhones. On 13, you need to update iOS before replacing ur screen, for not loosing FaceID

    Mathys - Responder

    Any idea if the issue can be fixed if the replacement was done before Dec 2021?

    Daniel Howe - Responder

    • Photosensitivity warning: This video contains flashing lights and may not be suitable for photosensitive viewers.

    • Wanna know how we verified our notch hunch? Here's some nifty IR footage of our Face ID sensor tests!

    • In this clip you'll see Tobias (a friend from Instrumental) individually covering the iPhone 12 Pro flood illuminator and dot projector, then attempt to do the same on a 13 Pro, only to realize they're both coming from the same spot.

    • That's as far as today's teardown goes, disassembly-wise. But if we missed anything, you're bound to find it here: check out this 360-degree X-ray view.

    Can you explain what are the 6 lines do in the side of the housing of the iphone? Is that just a design or does it do something?

    John Patrick Juani - Responder

    The short answer is: Those are antenna lines. You’ll find lots of information on the web.

    Tobias Isakeit -

  10. iPhone 13 Pro Teardown: passo 13, imagem 1 %32
    • That's a lot of new things in a familiar-looking phone! So far we've seen:

    • A fancy new display, featuring not one but two upgrades: high/variable refresh rate technology, and a combination OLED+touch layer.

    • A migrated upper-speaker, further reducing the complexity of a display replacement, and making room for a smaller notch.

    • A return to the famous L-shaped battery in a non-Max-size phone.

    • A pretty devastating parts compatibility update that further violates your right to repair.

    • With all that in mind, how does this Pro iPhone 13 fare on the scale that matters most?

    Would like the magnets that are dangerous to pacemaker devices marked, maybe in red?

    Yes I love your all breakdowns and tools.

    Thank you,


    solo727 - Responder

    No mmW AiP in this I13Pro?

    Andrew Liang - Responder

    Just a question how many of the phones/tablets/cameras you examine today use PoP, Package on Package for processors and memory. I like to see the side view of the boards to see these devices. Many thanks Bob

    bob - Responder

  11. Considerações finais
    • Display and battery replacements remain a priority in the new iPhones' design.
    • Most other components are modular and easy to access or replace.
    • The multitude of screw types makes repair more difficult than necessary—but at least they’re not glue.
    • Waterproofing methods complicate some repairs, but make (expensive) water damage less likely.
    • Once again, double glass means double drop damage, and despite the improvements to durability over the years, there’s still no easy way to replace the rear glass.
    • Software component pairing needlessly complicates many repairs, undermines credibility of third party repair, and reduces functionality of the device when repaired without Apple's proprietary calibration tools.
    Pontuação de reparabilidade
    Reparabilidade 6 de 10
    (10 é o mais fácil de reparar)

45 comentários

Can you tell me the size of Apple’s new smaller TrueDepth module?

Thanks for great posting!

김세준 - Responder

The Taptic engine is getting smaller. Does that mean heavier rare-earth elements are used? Thank You very much!

Ralfs Kokins - Responder

It also noted it got larger, which it can do whist having a smaller footprint because the iPhone 13 is thicker than the iPhone 12.

If you get a ratio for the volume v weight, you get 159cmm per gram for the iPhone 12 Pro and 138cmm per gram for the iPhone 13 Pro so if anything it has less heavy metals as a ratio of its total volume.

iPostIt -

Thank You, Chris!

Ralfs Kokins -

Check out out the X-ray out the 12 pro vs the 13 pro and you’ll see a major difference.

basiltheill -

Will there be a teardown of the iPhone 13 Mini?

info - Responder

pretty sure it’s same as 13. 12 was just like 12 mini.

ifixsmartphone -

Does it make sense to upgrade iPhone 11 pro

max to iPhone 13 pro max?

Carlos Garcia - Responder

I did. But only you can answer that. It’s a very noticeable upgrade…at least to me. I switched to a S21 ultra but had to return it because the camera was not as advertised. My 11 pro max took way better pics. I use my phone camera a lot so the 13 pro max is perfect for that.

Jean Marc Trudel -

I would suggest going from iPhone 11 Pro to iPhone 13 Pro. Not the Max. The 13 Pro is already a little bigger than 11 Pro. I got the 13 Pro Max and exchanged it for the 13 Pro. Max is quite heavy and unwieldy.

Alexander Dobrian -

Great. Thank you for your response.

Carlos Garcia - Responder

Can you swap the sim card reader with a dual sim card

Sadnam Faiyaz - Responder

No, you can’t: it is soldered to the motherboard.

Daniele Carminati -

There were some rumors on LEO chip. (For future iOS releases) Any trace of that?

Kristoffer Gronowski - Responder

These tear-downs are way more cryptic than they need to be. The text references multiple parts but doesn’t identify them in the photos. For instance, in step four, you reference both the iPhone 12 & 13, but don’t identify them in the photos. The reader is left to guess what you’re trying to illustrate.

Pat - Responder

I had trouble with this too. I appreciate that when it comes to the chip ID section, everything is color coded with outlines. Would like to either see the same color coding or a watermark on the photos for the model comparison bits so it’s easier to tell.

Harrison Wilson -

Was there any difference in the magsafe magnet array between the 4 iPhone 13s and the 4 iPhone 12s? Stronger/more magnets or anything?

Jason Dorn - Responder

What happened to the rest of the tear down?

Lewis C - Responder

Honestly, reading that display and battery replacements remain a priority, and that they are limited via software by apple, seem a bot of a contraddiction to me.

Daniele Carminati - Responder

Can I straight up say that I’m not surprised iFixIt is giving false information about face Id on their site repair guide? There’s a way around it, and its happening on more models than just the 13. Its been stated endless times that its a bug in iOS 15, with the laundry list of other issues in ios 15

a way around the face id issue has been found

Dave Myers - Responder

You are likely misinformed, everything I’ve read suggests that apple has intentionally disabled face id after third party screen swaps on the 13. There is a separate bug that breaks face id in ios 15, and a fix may have come out for that, but it’s not related to the intentional disabling, which is what Ifixit is referring to.

Jazz Music Continues -

Hi! Please make a comparison of 13 pro and 12 pro max camera sensors. Is 13 pro bigger or the same?

Gramm - Responder


Please take note of Hugh Jeffrey’s findings here:

The software locks in this device are even worse than the ones found in the iPhone 12 series!

Replacement displays break automatic brightness

Replacement displays break Face ID

Replacement front cameras break the camera functionality

Plus all of the issues found in the iPhone 12 are still present

Revised repairability score: 0 (you’re lucky I’m not giving a minus)

Douglas Bateman - Responder

Where are the microphones??! Not a single mention?

ii fixdit - Responder

Can someone tell me the antenna locations? Any ideas about putting a shield between the antenna and my ear/brain? The older models were easier to shield.

Mark Wiseman - Responder

I was told by the Apple Store Berlin that the back glass of the iPhone 13 an 13 pro is now replaceable without changing the body of the phone. Can you confirm this?

Andreas Kohl - Responder

%#*@, I’m always impressed by apple’s engineering they make such great devices but then they just go and make thing like locking Face ID to the screen or disabling True Tone, it really annoys me

Omar Ramirez - Responder

How can you give it such a high rating when Apple locks out those repairs through software. Even if you use components from another iphone 13 I’ve read it will treat it like a counterfeit part. It doesn’t matter how easy it is to swap out modular components if the device locks out the new ones from functioning. This device deserves a 1/10 at most.

juliusmalexander - Responder

that is 100% true, i just seen note 20 ultra with score of 3/10, because of the adhesive, yet this guy

did it with no problem, i mean if you are lacking the skill to disassemble a phone that should be your rating, you have a skill that is 3/10, so at this point i think, apple money! This device deserves a 1/10 at most, because the only thing you could replace with out a problem FOR NOW is the case!

MECA Cell -


Midori Doiありがとう!

azatyan - Responder


Midori Doi -

I was searching for this in particular, is the camera module sealead because one of my camera glasses broke and I’m afraid it may compromise the rest of the device

martinscarpone - Responder

A broken camera glass might be an entry point for dust and water to get into the phone not just the camera module. The camera module is somewhat sealed but the lenses need some space for OIS and this is where dust might not be welcome.

Tobias Isakeit -

Is there any chance to replace just the camera cover glass? without whole back? I’ve got info from support they can replace it but only with whole back panel

malyszum - Responder

Replacing just the camera glass should be possible if you find replacement. Replacing the whole back cover is a PITA since you have to swap all the internal parts (or at least quite a lot).

Tobias Isakeit -

Great Information - thanks !

Leo Snowman - Responder


Thanks for sharing information about .cell phone repair all phone repair information is help

me to understand that cell phone repair iPhone Reparatur

Jaseem Ahmed - Responder

This received quite a high repairability score despite being impossible to repair by anyone other than Apple. Apple make by far the worst phones for if you want to be able to make any repair yourself or even a 3rd party repair shop (Samsung are also bad). This is very misleading as some consumers will make purchase decisions thinking they can replace a part if it breaks… iFixit lied to you… you ain’t replacing nothin’ son.

Arnold - Responder

do you trust the devices that copy the serial number of old display and writes that to the new display to bypass face ID not working. If so which one would you recommend?

jalilcwilliams - Responder

Tho I dont feel any difference on user experience for the new taptic engine.

Brian Cheng - Responder

This post is very helpful.

Thanks for sharing! word hurdle

Christine Barber - Responder

Does anyone know what this cable is that’s attached on the right side of the logic board? (This cable is seen in the last photo above) . It’s attached to the back of the board and cannot be removed.

Jay C - Responder

So I read through your tear downs for the 11, 12, and 13 and can’t seem to find any information detailing the difference in GPS specs. On Apple’s website the specs printed for the 11 say GPS/GNSS whereas the 12 and 13 explicitly mention GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou satellite systems. I use my iPhone to navigate in the backcountry where there is no cell towers, WiFi, or other iPhones nearby, so the Wideband capabilities are not important to me. I am primarily interested in whether the 12 and 13 connect to more satellite systems than the 11 does. I currently have an 11 Pro Max. I use a handheld Garmin GPS as backup, but the iPhone has a lot of great navigation apps like Gaia, OnX and AllTrails.

Daniel - Responder

can I replace my iPhone x battery with my iPhone xs?

favour akuneme - Responder

has anyone made a teardown art for iPhone 13 pro max?

Adarsha Shrestha - Responder

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