Apple’s new iPhone SE went on sale over the weekend, and now it’s time to see what it’s made of. Literally. The enterprising folks at iFixit have done their usual, which is going deep inside the device, showing its innards through a teardown.

The iPhone SE has undoubtedly felt like just a repackaged iPhone 8, with the latest chipset and some new camera features – which may or may not be all thanks to improved software.

Let’s start with the conclusion. The iPhone SE got a 6 out of 10 repairability score, where 10 would be easiest to repair. On the plus side, the phone provides…

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