iFixit’s iPhone 5 Teardown Has Started [PICS]

iFixit, notorious for their highly detailed device teardowns has just started ripping apart the latest iPhone 5 for your viewing pleasure. The team bought tickets and flew down to Australia to be the first ones to get their hands on an official iPhone 5, as documented on their twitter account.

The iPhone 5 uses pentalobe screws just like iPhone 4S, and the team has managed to take the screen off with a suction cup. They claim this may be the “most repairable iPhone we’ve seen in a while,” as the iPhone 4S took 38 steps to complete this same task.

Their teardown is updating as we speak–you can follow along here.

Update: Here is page 2 of the teardown. iFixit managed to reveal the one and only, A6 chip along with the logic board:

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  • ABetterWorld

    Those surface mount resistors are soooooo…ooooo… tiny! It is truly amazing they can handle and solder them things.

  • http://www.facebook.com/DJJesseJames Jesse James

    No kidding a few of us were just talking about the small and delicate solder jobs
    Nothing is impossible to Apple… To the point where they can, and will, make ANYTHING work.
    Money is no longer a thing. (guess tho 4 awhile now)
    All the power but no worries from me.
    iscary in the wrong hands.
    iLovely unique gadgets and useful toys in the right.