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Our friends at iExperts in Sydney pulled apart an iPhone 6 while we were working on our iPhone 6 Plus teardown.

Update: iFixit has conducted a full-blown in-house analysis with more photos and detail.

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  1. Unboxing the iPhone 6: yup, it's a phone. Unboxing the iPhone 6: yup, it's a phone. Unboxing the iPhone 6: yup, it's a phone.
    • Unboxing the iPhone 6: yup, it's a phone.

  2. After removing the familiar two Pentalobe screws we use a suction cup to carefully lift up the screen to give us enough space to run a plastic tool down the edges to release the screen clips
    • After removing the familiar two Pentalobe screws we use a suction cup to carefully lift up the screen to give us enough space to run a plastic tool down the edges to release the screen clips

    • Unlike the 5s, The 6 Touch ID cable is now routed up the back of the screen, so we don't have to worry about accidentally ripping the touch ID cable.

  3. The screen connectors are covered by a metal plate, similar to the previous models. This plate is held by 5 screws this time.
    • The screen connectors are covered by a metal plate, similar to the previous models.

    • This plate is held by 5 screws this time.

    • There are 5 connectors under this plate: LCD/Touch Sensor/Front Camera, Rear Camera and TouchID.

  4. The battery is very well stuck in. With a bit of heat and a little deformation of the battery, we were able to get it out. (There's probably a pull tab to remove the battery, but we didn't find it.) The battery is rated at 3.82V, 6.91Whr.
    • The battery is very well stuck in. With a bit of heat and a little deformation of the battery, we were able to get it out. (There's probably a pull tab to remove the battery, but we didn't find it.)

    • The battery is rated at 3.82V, 6.91Whr.

  5. Removing the logic board requires the removal of many screws.
    • Removing the logic board requires the removal of many screws.

    • Fortunately for DIYers, Apple have placed the chips away from most of the screws so there is less risk of tool slip damage.

  6. The iPhone 6 rear camera: not as big as its optically stabilized brother.
    • The iPhone 6 rear camera: not as big as its optically stabilized brother.

  7. The iPhone 6 logic board.
    • The iPhone 6 logic board.

  8. The vibration motor is now inside a metal case!
    • The vibration motor is now inside a metal case!

  9. The loudspeaker.
    • The loudspeaker.

  10. The Lightning port.
    • The Lightning port.

  11. The Touch ID sensor.
    • The Touch ID sensor.

  12. The front camera and proximity sensor flex cable.
    • The front camera and proximity sensor flex cable.

  13. The iPhone 6 display assembly. It's thinner than the iPhone 5s/5c/5 screen. The Touch ID Cable runs from the home switch to the top of the screen, adding a 4th connector at the top. The Touch ID Cable runs from the home switch to the top of the screen, adding a 4th connector at the top.
    • The iPhone 6 display assembly. It's thinner than the iPhone 5s/5c/5 screen.

    • The Touch ID Cable runs from the home switch to the top of the screen, adding a 4th connector at the top.

  14. After the usual painful desoldering of the shielding, we have the logic board in all its naked glory. Analysis to follow with iFixit's full teardown. Analysis to follow with iFixit's full teardown.
    • After the usual painful desoldering of the shielding, we have the logic board in all its naked glory.

    • Analysis to follow with iFixit's full teardown.

  15. More chip pics! More chip pics! More chip pics!
    • More chip pics!

  16. Even more ICs. Even more ICs. Even more ICs.
    • Even more ICs.

  17. And that's all she wrote! We'll be back soon with a complete teardown and analysis from iFixit with higher resolution photos. And that's all she wrote! We'll be back soon with a complete teardown and analysis from iFixit with higher resolution photos.
    • And that's all she wrote! We'll be back soon with a complete teardown and analysis from iFixit with higher resolution photos.

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I have 2 small pieces that fell out and I have no idea where they go. One has this code on it 1-00095A 344. And the other looks like a toggle switch, it is black. Can you help.

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