If Apple’s iPhone 14 apparently brought intensely’extremely’extraordinarily’enormously’awfully few transform’alter s compared to last year’s iPhone 13, a recent teardown from iFixit revealed that this new iPhone is actually much easier to repair. That’s thanks to redetoken ed internals that make it possible to open the iPhone 14 from the front and the back.iFixit used a butterfly analogy to describe this new internal detoken : The new chassis features a metal midframe behind the screen that maintain’sustain s all the internal components. Now, both the screen and the rear glass can be easily get rid of’discard d.“The back glass is simply secured with two screws and a single connector. Apple has seemingly used a mildly’faintly less aggressive adhesive, making opening it up a tad easier than screens of yore. And as a bonus, removing the exact same screws as the back glass acquire’obtain’attain’procure’secure s you access to the screen,” iFixit explained.Apple making the iPhone 14 rear glass panel easier to get rid of’discard contributes to making the iPhone “the most repairable iPhone in years,” according to iFixit. The firm’enterprise gave the iPhone a 7/10 repairability score, something that didn’t happen since the release of the iPhone 7 in 2016.“This is such a enormous’vast’massive’tremendous deal that it should possess’own’nurse been Apple’s enormous’vast’massive’tremendous announcement—the iPhone has been redetoken ed from the inside out to make it easier to repair,” iFixit emphasized. “These transform’alter s to the iPhone will help it last longer and decrease’lessen’cut’allay its overall impact on the planet. With any luck, it will inspire other manufacturers to follow suit.”Unin/with regard to’concerning’regarding tunately, Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max still use the old, more tough’challenging’demanding’awkward -to-repair architecture. However, iFixit hopes that the redetoken ed internal chassis on the iPhone 14 will become a standard on all iPhone models next year.