New iPhones have chips from Toshiba and Micron, missing parts from Samsung and Qualcomm

Qualcomm has been an Apple supplier for years but the two companies have stumbled into a legal battle where the iPhone maker accuses the world’s number one mobile chip maker for dishonest licensing practices.

The ubiquitous decompression of iFix was focused on some of the latest Apple phones from where it came out and some surprises.

IPhone giant iPhone phones were made up of Micron Technology and Toshiba chipsets.

The big namespersons were Samsung and Qualcomm, although the latter had long been expected.

Qualcomm has been an Apple supplier for years but the two companies have stumbled into a legal battle where the iPhone maker accuses the world’s number one mobile chip maker for dishonest licensing practices.

IFix Technicians also discovered components from Skyworks Solutions, Murata, NXP Semiconductors, Crypress Semiconductors, Texas Instruments and STMicrolectronics.

Regarding water resistance compared to last year’s models, the new iPhones do not have parts that show a better, but almost the same, isolation.

Both phones, iPhone XS and XS Max received a repair grade of 6 out of 10.

Finally the real surprise was L-shaped battery with 12.08Wh capacity.

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