Apple's iPhone 5S barely even hit the market in Australia, but the folks from iFixit have already gotten their hands on one. And, of course, they tore it to bits
The highlights of the teardown include Apple's proprietary pentalobe screws, a cable that connects the new Touch ID sensor with the Lightning port assembly (making the device a bit more harder to open than the iPhone 5), and the new, 8.8-megapixel camera
The rest of the device's innards are eerily similar to the ones in iPhone 5, sans the slightly bigger battery and the new A7 chip
All in all, iFixit gives the iPhone 5S 6 out of 10 points in repairability. Check out the entire teardown hereRead more...