It looks like Apple is moving away from the L-shaped logic board design for the iPhone XI and back to a standard, rectangular one.
The proof is in a few images of the logic board of the iPhone XI from a few different sources.
The iPhone X/XS had a stacked L-shaped logic board which pushed the battery to also be L-shaped. With the iPhone XI Apple will move to a rectangular logic board and a large rectangular battery to the side of it.
We expect the iPhone XI and XI Max to have bigger batteries as a result of the new logic board design.
Sadly we can't gain any information from the PCB design. Questions about the iPhone XI's port of choice are still looming. We already know what the iPhone XI and XI Max will look like, but hardware info is rather limited at this point.
dont care, as long as better battery life, my motorola's battery survive 3 years, my iphone less than a year already decreased faster. I know Motorola brand is quality assurance but iphone price should ensure quality
Having a phone (iphone) is like having a 600hp car without staring weel brakes and center console. No interface customisation No option for more icon grids even on 9.7 inch display No theme engine No file sharing via bluetoth No wireless t...
I hope so it will be better than other iphones