However, it highlighted one major difference in Apple's "battery origami." The iPhone XS, the smaller of the two new models, includes a 10.13 Wh battery (2,659 mAh), which iFixit noted is slightly downgraded from the 10.35 Wh one found in the 2017 phone.
"But this decrease in capacity comes with a wild new battery configuration," said iFixIt. "Rather than using two cells to fill this L-shaped recess, Apple has constructed an all-new single-cell battery."
The single cell uses the space more efficiently than the two-cell option, but isn't as powerful, iFixit wrote. The extra corners and edges will make it more susceptible to stress, which could impact performance over time.
The use of glass on front and back of the new models "doubles the likelihood of drop damage," and even the smallest crack on the back glass will result in you having to replace the whole chassis, according to iFixIt.
Expect to see iFixit's teardown of the iPhone XR in the coming weeks -- on or before its Oct. 26 release.
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