iFixit published information about disassembling the iPhone 5. Recall, the device went on sale in some countries already today, and journalists seem to have already their hands on the new Apple handset. Inside the smartphone, they have found a Qualcomm MDM9615M LTE chip, which is responsible for cellular communication. As you know, the company produces two different versions of the smartphone, the model numbers A1428 (GSM) and A1429 (GSM and CDMA). These two options are different hardware and have three different configurations. All models support quad-mode GSM / EDGE and WCDMA.
The increase in housing on the iPhone 5 affected the size of the battery, it became larger and a little less in thickness. However, the capacity and the battery voltage is changed slightly from 3.7 V / 5.3 Wh / 1432 mAh for iPhone 4S to 3.8 V / 5.45 Wh / 1434 mAh on the iPhone 5.
Many criticized the refusal of the old Apple 30-in connector intehration on the iPhone 5, the internal “binding” to the old terminal in the new building just would not fit. New connector Lightning, headphone jack, microphone and speaker integrated in a single module.
When separating, iFixit also had discovered an A6 processor. In multi-chip package includes a new SoC chip and 1GB of dual channel LPDDR2-1066 of two 512-MB crystals. Thanks to the “finer” process technology and application architecture of a new generation of Apple iPhone 5 managed to ensure long battery life: Up to 8 hours of voice data on 3G, up to 225 hours on call waiting and up to 40 hours of music playback
According to iFixit, the diagonal display on the new device is 4-inch, the resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels, Retina display. For ease of disassembly iPhone 5 set to 7 points out of 10, that is, to disassemble the device yourself is not so easy. At the same time, the iPhone four and five generations have a separate metal sides, so the procedure was much more complex to disassembly. Now the front panel with the screen simply removed by suction, its replacement in case of damage will be much faster now.