Now that the iPhone 14 series is out, we’re learning all the secrets Apple didn’t discuss during the launch event. As usual, teardowns featuring the new iPhone units reveal some of these secrets. An iPhone 14 teardown told us the cheaper models are much easier to repair. The iPhone 14 Pro Max teardown that followed revealed the more expensive units have a big piece of plastic where the SIM tray used to be.
That seems like an odd choice to make for a device that costs at least $1,000. And the first reaction might be frustration that Apple would do that. However, upon reflection, you’ll realize there’s no reason to complain about it. That plastic volume could have been avoided, sure. But that’s not the way to go, especially in this economy.
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