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iPhone Xs Max Teardown - Is there any Thermal Cooling?

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  • Published on Sep 23, 2018 veröffentlicht
  • Huge thanks to Audible for sponsoring this video! To start your free 30 day trial, and get your free audio book click here: www.audible.com/jerryrig/ or text the word jerryrig to 500-500. This brand new iPhone Xs Max, is ready to be torn down and opened up. Lets review it together from the inside. Apple has always tried to keep people out of their iPhones, but that has never stopped us before. Its time to see how repairable this new iPhone Xs Max is. What parts can be replaced, and what components of the iPhone Xs should be avoided? In this iPhone Xs teardown video I show how I remove the screen, the battery, the charging port, as well as the Sandwiched motherboard. We get to find out if Apple has included any thermal cooling inside of the phone for their processor.
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Comments • 12 961

  • Adam H
    Adam H 3 years ago +2

    Removing those magic pull tabs was arguably the most satisfying part of the whole teardown

  • Ratul Deb
    Ratul Deb 3 years ago +1

    "I'm taking special care to insert only the tip of my tool inside" lmao way to go Jerry

  • xarguid
    xarguid 4 years ago +583

    This guy could probably talk about anything and it would be a pleasure to listen.

  • Dominick
    Dominick 3 years ago +3

    iPhone: I don't want to

  • Jon Koepnick
    Jon Koepnick 4 years ago +6

    Audible should hire you to read their books.

  • Lu Ghazali
    Lu Ghazali 3 years ago +574

    “But don’t worry, the only time you’ll ever get throttled is when the next iPhone comes out and Apple needs you to upgrade. True Story“

  • Sam Typhlosion
    Sam Typhlosion 4 years ago +669

    The reason Apple charges $599 to replace the back glass is because the back glass is impossible to replace. Apple themselves swap out the whole frame and housing instead of just the back glass. And you're right, that seems incredibly inefficient and an incredible amount of work, but that's how they built it. It doesn't bug Apple at all though. It's just their way of coercing you into buying a new phone instead of fixing the old one. Say goodbye to your wallet for me

  • Scott
    Scott 3 years ago +468

    I'd watch JRE tear down a vibrator. Who's with me?

  • seol1500
    seol1500 3 years ago +69

    3:41

  • MLP Aut1sM
    MLP Aut1sM 3 years ago +581

    10:01

  • Cuenta Eliminada
    Cuenta Eliminada 3 years ago +130

    10 minutes, no midroll ads?!

  • Lionel Max
    Lionel Max 3 years ago +221

    Apple: The IPhone XS Max is Impossible to take apart

  • natejames11
    natejames11 4 years ago +177

    You're like the Morgan Freeman of phone teardowns and durability tests

  • hatti
    hatti 3 years ago +77

    When he pulled the tabs, it sounded so cool!

  • Steror
    Steror 3 years ago +195

    Apple charges 599$ to replace the back glass. It's because the back glass is impossible to replace. Apple themselves swap out the whole frame and housing instead of the back glass. And you're right, that seems incredibly inefficient and an incredible amount of work, but that's how they built it. It doesn't bug Apple at all though. It's just their way of coercing you into buying a new phone instead of fixing the old one. Say good bye to your wallet for me.

  • LyntFamily
    LyntFamily 3 years ago +2

    3:40

  • The Guy From Walgreens
    The Guy From Walgreens 3 years ago +16

    Apple must hate the hell out of you lol!! Great video as always. Love all of the quips at Apple.

  • Thats how MaFiA works
    Thats how MaFiA works 3 years ago +61

    Jerry : even of you cancel your subscription you still get to keep your books

  • Tim Rasputkov
    Tim Rasputkov 4 years ago +571

    Apple tried hard to keep Jerry out of their phones with all those different screws but he rigs everything anyway.

  • Shane McCarthy
    Shane McCarthy 4 years ago +40

    Lol you throw so many jabs at Apple it's actually become a game for me lol to listen out for them all even the subtle ones ...if I were Apple is hire you to be a tester for me lol good stuff man