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As we crack open this book display, we are greeted by the familiar display cable bracket. But instead of the cursed tri-point screws, we're happy to report that we're met with friendly Phillips #000 screws! We can't say that we will miss you, tri-points. We quickly decouple a few cables—the battery, display, and home button cables to be exact—and the display is free!
  • As we crack open this book display, we are greeted by the familiar display cable bracket. But instead of the cursed tri-point screws, we're happy to report that we're met with friendly Phillips #000 screws!

  • We can't say that we will miss you, tri-points.

  • We quickly decouple a few cables—the battery, display, and home button cables to be exact—and the display is free!

  • We note a lack of gaskets on the display's pentalobe tabs, which was previously seen in the iPhone 7.

  • However, both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 have an IP67 water resistance rating. How are the floodgates still closed!?

Une fois le livre l'écran ouvert, le cache familier de la nappe de l'écran nous fait coucou. Mais nous sommes heureux de pouvoir vous dire que les fichues vis tri-point ont été remplacées par de sympathiques vis cruciformes #000 !

Nous ne vous regretterons pas chères tri-point…

Nous débranchons quelques nappes, celles de la batterie, de l'écran et du bouton home pour être précis, et déjà l'écran se détache !

Nous remarquons l'absence des joints sur les supports Pentalobe de l'écran, ceux qu'on avait observés sur l'iPhone 7.

Pourtant, l'iPhone 7 et l'iPhone 8 ont tous les deux l'indice d'étanchéité IP67. Comment donc est-ce que les écluses ferment !?

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