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When Apple’s 5G , or whatever it’s called, gets , during the company’s , industry watchers will be looking closely to see how Apple sells us on , its new chips and cameras, and whatever it might pack in. (Here are we’ve heard, and the .)
But iPhone is expected to shave the device’s curved edges into squares, much like those on the current iPad Pro. After three years of the same design, the refresh will likely draw eyes from a lot of consumers eager for a shake up.that may end up being its most important feature. The new
But it’ll also draw the attention of repair experts around the world, who will rush to YouTube and Twitter once they get hold of the device to start dissecting it down to each seam, screw and cable inside to learn what’s fixable and what isn’t.
“Apple’s the best at everything they do except serviceability,” said Kyle Wiens, head of repair instruction and parts site iFixit, which typically rushes to perform online tear-downs of new Apple devices when they launch.