Apple will mark a decade of iPhones with their latest flagship iteration, iPhone X. The iPhone X will represent the work of countless engineers, visionary leaders, industry changes, and customer feedback. Creative Electron will be x-raying the device on launch day with the intent to gauge exactly where the design and manufacturing behind Apple is currently situated. While most of the keynote this year focused on algorithms and emojis; we are curious to explore elements such as component layout and the influence of recent battery issues. How much of Apple’s promises will manifest in tangible innovations? We hope to answer this and other questions in the upcoming teardown collaboration with our friends at iFixit
Here it is, the all new iPhone X!
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