In an in-depth teardown of the iPhone 14 Pro Max, iFixit gives a closer look at the device’s internals. “Notably, the teardown includes a photo of the plastic spacer that replaced the SIM tray on the US model,” reports MacRumors. From the report: All four iPhone 14 models sold in the US no longer have a physical SIM tray and rely entirely on digital eSIMs. The teardown confirms that Apple isn’t using the internal space freed up by removing the tray for other components or extra features, instead filling the gap with a square piece of plastic. Outside the US, all iPhone 14 models are still equipped with a SIM card tray in this location.

As seen in previous teardowns, iFixit has released close-up images of the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s logic board, which is equipped with a faster A16 Bionic chip and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X65 modem, which provides both 5G and satellite connectivity. While the standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus can be opened from the back and have a more repair-friendly design with an easily removable display and back glass panel, these design changes do not apply to the Pro models. The teardown shows that the iPhone 14 Pro Max continues to open from the front and does not have a removable back glass. The internal design of the device is almost unchanged compared to the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

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