You know what we love about new Apple devices, but what’s inside? Is everything they tell us in Keynotes true? Can we trust each other? After the official launches, it is the turn of technological media or companies like iFixit to confirm all these details at the material level which they boast so much in the ranks of Cupertino. Today the guys at iFixit just released the first review of the interior of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the teardown of it

. Keep reading as we tell you all the details of the interior of the new iPhone 12 Pro Max.

As you can see in the image that runs this post, one of the main differences with its younger sibling, the iPhone 12 Pro, is that the 12 Pro Max incorporates an L-shaped battery, something that was already used for the first time in the iPhone 11 Pro Max. It’s a battery smaller than iPhone 11 Pro Max

(in this case, it reached 14.3Wh against 15.04Wh last year), but it remains “bigger” than that of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro.

But what is undoubtedly surprising is what you see on these lines, the new photo module. And it is that Apple has put special emphasis on the photographic differences of the Pro Max model compared to the normal Pro. In that case we find the largest photographic sensor that we have seen before in an iPhone

. A photographic module which, as you can see in the x-ray image, has three magnets (bottom left) that provide image stabilization at the sensor, rather than at the optical level as we had seen previously. And what is amazing is that these magnets can move the sensor up to 1000 times per second to compensate for vibrations that we do by taking a photo.