iPhone 11 Pro Max Teardown - Tiny Motherboard & BIG Battery!
Lets take apart the new iPhone 11 Pro! Get your first audiobook and 2 Audible Originals free when you try Audible for 30 days. Visit www.audible.com/jerryrig or text jerryrig to 500500 The new iPhone 11 Pro Max is ready to be taken apart. Today we will see whats inside the new iPhone, including the battery, how to take off the screen, and what makes the new iPhone 11 Pro Max water resistant. Apple is using a lot of recycled materials in their products now, which is awesome. The tin in the motherboard, along with the aluminum housing on some of their products, and the rare earth elements in their taptic vibration motors.
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