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iPhone 12 mini teardown shows what Apple shrank to make a tiny flagship

engadget Sunday, 15 November 2020 ()
It’s now clear just how Apple stuffed a high-end smartphone into the iPhone 12 mini's diminutive frame. iFixit has finished a teardown of the 12 mini that reveals just what Apple sacrificed in the name of size. The battery is an expectedly smaller 8....
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