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A new design of the iPhone XI motherboards would allow larger batteries to be installed



A new design of the iPhone XI motherboards would allow larger batteries to be installed


It seems that Manzana will leave aside the L design that we could see on the motherboards of the iPhone X and XS to return to the classic rectangular design that the company had previously used, something that will allow them to install larger capacity batteries to improve the autonomy of the terminals.

Although details of the components that will be installed on these motherboards are not known, it is to be expected that a future A13 reaches the iPhone XI, XI Max and XIRas well as massive amounts of internal storage and, it is speculated, larger batteries than its predecessors.

In the image we can see the blank motherboards, already printed, but without cutting and without installing components on themso while we can see how tight the components will be on this face of the new design, we can’t really see what components will be installed, aside from at least 6 BGA chips among which would be processor, internal memory or RAM memory of the terminal.

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Without a doubt, this is an important leak, since it leaves us to guess a little more about the internal aspect of the future iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max.