Apple iPhone SE (2022) gets a low 5.5 out of 10 repairable scores in Teardown Test: See Video

 Apple iPhone SE (2022) gets a low 5.5 out of 10 repairable scores in Teardown Test: See Video

PBK reviews on YouTube tested the latest iPhone SE (2022) Teardown Test to assess its repairability score. The iPhone got a 5.5 out of 10 scores from the test proving its low score to be repaired. This means that that there is a 55% chance when the iPhone damages that it can be repaired. The reviewer disassembled the iPhone in the video in a unique tearing way.

The phone got open when the frame got the heat which resulted in a loss in screen adhesives. After this, the phone is opened with the removal of screws and the connectors. Now if you are hoping that the parts of the iPhone 2020 can be replaced with the latest iPhone SE 2022, you are wrong.

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When the screen of the latest iPhone was replaced with iPhone SE 2020, the display turned ON but didn’t respond to any touch inputs making it non-functional.

The new Apple iPhone SE (2022) was launched in March 2022 with a screen of iPhone 8 which is a 4.7″ HD display, 4GB of RAM, and the latest powerful A15 Bionic chipset. The phones start at $429 with a base version of 4/64GB in 2022. An iPhone 8 with the power of iPhone 13 inside.

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M. Basit

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