The new iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus were the first major products launched at the store since it opened in May.
All things considered, the bad news transformed into a far more detestable piece when it was uncovered today that the glass back will cost much more to fix than the front (more than 3 times).
Amid reports that iPhone 8 pre-orders are lower than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6, Apple CEO Tim Cook says that the company has sold out of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in some stores.
Above all else, you should have an Apple Care+ membership, at that point your iPhone will be qualified as repairable by Apple for a long time.
Apple had on September 12 unveiled the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus.
Let's start off with the true objective of the iFixit teardown, which is to determine the repairability of the iPhone 8. iFixit gave the smartphone a repairability score of 6 out of 10, with 10 being the easiest to fix, compared with the score of 7 given in the iPhone 7 Plus teardown.
Our friends over at iFixit have completed their much anticipated teardown on the iPhone 8, and it revealed a few surprises for Apple's latest smartphone.
During iFixit's teardown of the iPhone 8, it was found that the smartphone features a Snapdragon X16 LTE modem, which is capable of gigabit LTE speeds on the download side, bringing us to a grand figure of 1Gbps. The goal of the chip remains unclear, and at this point is probably the only thing that we still don't know about the iPhone 8. We can state that Apple will absolutely charge more than the consistent $30 for the screen substitution of iPhone X. As the screen is greater and it will be restricted in supply.