iPhone 12 Pro Teardown – Where are the Magnets?!

Its time to take apart the new iPhone 12 Pro! Grab your Ridge Wallet HERE: https://www.ridge.com/JERRYRIG and use code ‘JerryRig’ for 10% off your order. Thanks for sponsoring this video! Taking apart a new iPhone is always interesting. With the new iPhone 12 Pro’s flush design. It makes the iPhone 12 pro screen removal quite a bit more difficult. I think if I had more heat and stronger suction cups I could avoid prying altogether. What do you think of the new iPhone 12 Pro design? Should Apple make a clear version of the iPhone 12?

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27 thoughts on “iPhone 12 Pro Teardown – Where are the Magnets?!”

  1. So I shattered my back glass and while trying to remove the glass, ripped the charging coil. Now the power button doesn’t work and it’s too dangerous to use heat to remove the glass. Towards the lower middle of the phone, I took out the 2 stacked magnets. Phone works fine but I can’t get this glass off and I don’t know how to make the power button work. I’d hate to have to take the whole thing apart..I just paid it off

  2. Firstly nice presentation. Secondly, marvelous job in giving out information, thirdly, well done in informing what your mistakes were and your advice to iPhone users. Lastly, I have to say nice job in giving people a detailed inside iPhone view and presentation. But all I got to say is I wouldn’t consider a wallet like that to be in my pocket. It’ll still be prone to being scanned mistakenly due to it’s design. My advice would be to get a wallet that covers all sides and edges of credit cards. An enclosed thick and nonmetallic structure would be best to get (in my opinion which is based on a month’s worth research).

  3. I want to know how strong the backside of the iPhone 13 especially the area of the camera. Because it's not flat totally with the rest. Want to know do I need a protective case or not. Please notice this if you going to make video about iPhone 13

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