iPhone 14's major (but secret) design change





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You wouldn’t know it from the outside, but the iPhone has undergone its biggest design change in years.
Apple quietly made a few big advances under the hood of the new iPhone 14.
And oddly, the company didn’t even mention the important tweaks during the Far Out keynote.
See what iFixit, a major Apple parts supplier and leading right-to-repair campaigner, has to say about the new handset.
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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Tweet o' the day
Kelsey Farish
Thanks for the push notification, Siri - that’s exactly what I needed in that moment 🫠 https://t.co/UJeu74kUpK
One more thing ...
“I hate it when people call themselves ‘entrepreneurs’ when what they’re really trying to do is launch a startup and then sell or go public, so they can cash in and move on. They’re unwilling to do the work it takes to build a real company, which is the hardest work in business.” – Steve Jobs.
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