What Are the Parts of an iPhone?

Screen. Made by either Samsung or LG

The i phone’s screen is made by either Samsung or LG. It is a capacitive touchscreen, meaning that it responds to the touch of a finger and not a stylus. The screen has a resolution of 640 x 960 pixels, which is high enough for HD video playback. The i phone’s screen is also protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass, which makes it more resistant to scratches and other damage.

Earpiece speaker assembly

Removing the Earpiece Speaker Assembly:

1. Power off your i phone before beginning this repair.

2. Use a penta lobe screwdriver to remove the two screws next to the Lightning connector port on the bottom of your i phone.

3. Insert a suction cup just above the home button and below the earpiece speaker grille, then pull up on the suction cup to slightly separate the display assembly from

Primary camera

The i phone’s primary camera is the one on the back of the phone. It’s usually a higher-resolution than the front-facing “selfie” camera, and is used for taking photos and videos.

Front-facing camera

The front-facing camera on the i phone is responsible for taking pictures and videos of yourself and your surroundings. It is also used for FaceTime, which is a video call service that allows you to see the person you are talking to in real time. The front-facing camera is typically smaller than the rear-facing camera, and it is located on the top of the phone near the ear speaker.

Logic board (top underside)

The logic board is the main printed circuit board (PCB) in an i phone. It houses the phone’s various components and chips, including the central processing unit (CPU), random access memory (RAM), and flash storage. The logic board also contains the connectors for the phone’s various input/output ports, such as the headphone jack, Lightning connector, and SIM card tray.

The design of an i phone’s logic board is extremely compact and efficient. All of the components and chips are tightly packed together in a very small space. This makes repairs or replacements very difficult for anyone without experience or specialized training.

Logic board (bottom)

The logic board is the heart of the i phone. It’s a thin sheet of silicon that houses the phone’s CPU,GPU, and other important components. The logic board is what makes your i phone “tick.”

Display (front):

The display is the window into the soul of your i phone. It’s the largest component in the phone, and it’s what you interact with every time you use your device. The display is made up of two parts: the LCD and the digitizer. The LCD is responsible for displaying images, while the digitizer allows you to interact with those images by touching them. Together, these two components make up your i phone’s display.

Home Button (front):

The home button is one of the most iconic features of the i phone. It’s a small circle that sits below the display on the front of your device. Pressing it takes you to the home screen no matter where you are in iOS. The home button can also be used to activate Siri, Apple’s voice assistant software. And if you double-press it, you’ll bring up Apple Pay so you can make mobile payments with your phone.

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