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How much 'Titanium' does iPhone 15 Pro *actually* have? - NO SECRETS HERE!

  • Опубліковано 23 вер 2023
  • Today we completely dismantle a new iPhone 15 Pro Max to see how much titanium Apple has overlayed onto their aluminum frame. Anker Nano USB-C Fast Charging Lineup for iPhone 15 on Amazon: ankerfast.club/HNUBgh and on Anker.com: shop.anker.com/21iTX8 According to lab tests, the 5,000mAh Anker Nano Power Bank can charge an iPhone 15 to 79%. Power loss from internal components may prevent a full charge.
    Titanium is a really expensive material. Titanium is also EXTREMELY difficult to work with. But its really cool to see how Apple has assembled their new iPhone 15 Pro Max from the inside. We also take apart Apple's Tetra-Prism camera to see how the 5x Telephoto lens functions.
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  • Pablo Cimadevila
    Pablo Cimadevila 2 місяці тому +5229

    Very useful video. Now I know that the titanium bezel is 1mm thick, so it is possible to set diamonds around it :) Love your videos Zack!

    • Dont_Enter_My_Profile_
      Dont_Enter_My_Profile_ 2 місяці тому +42

      Don't read my name!..

    • Ron Fish
      Ron Fish 2 місяці тому +39

      I'm excited for your video

    • Noah Callahan
      Noah Callahan 2 місяці тому +28

      You should try, that would be very interesting lol

    • Birdman69
      Birdman69 2 місяці тому +10

      Obviously it’s possible

    • Birdman69
      Birdman69 2 місяці тому +3

      @Dont_Enter_My_Profile_why not

  • Scott O'Donnell
    Scott O'Donnell 2 місяці тому +730

    I believe the reason the back glass broke in your durability test is that giant circular hole in the frame that leads to the battery. It creates a bit of room to flex the glass past its breaking point.

    • Roshan Rathod
      Roshan Rathod 2 місяці тому +7

      Which one should I buy 15 or 14 pro?

    • SlothOnAStick
      SlothOnAStick 2 місяці тому +29

      ​@Roshan RathodI would pick the 14 Pro because I am used to a 120hz display and think it's a big plus in day to day use. It also has the ultra wide lens. And it's a nicer stainless steel build. :)

    • SlothOnAStick
      SlothOnAStick 2 місяці тому +5

      ​@Roshan RathodThat being said the 15s camera is better.

  • mATRIx dal neres
    mATRIx dal neres 2 місяці тому +844

    The way they fused the two frames together reminds me of the old "unibody" macbooks, where it was made from two pieces of aluminium that were epoxied together and the adhered part was right above the air vents, causing it to melt and break thanks to the heat. Engineering excellence.

    • Hank Rearden
      Hank Rearden 2 місяці тому +49

      I read that in Louis Rossmann's voice for some reason lol

    • matteods01
      matteods01 2 місяці тому +7

      @Hank Rearden me too bro

    • MJ
      MJ Місяць тому +3

      Bruw, the infinite wisdom of Apple strikes again

    • wolfiemuse
      wolfiemuse Місяць тому +6

      I think it’s actually much more complex than that, and literally heats up and pressurized the two materials so much that the atoms from the aluminum can diffuse into the atoms from the Ti, creating a bond stronger than any weld or epoxy

  • Creator Quotes
    Creator Quotes 2 місяці тому +14

    Very useful video. This is a 100% maximum effort and it is very interesting to see the technological development paradigm towards the use of several materials that are actually strong on smartphones, even though only on the frame and not the glass itself.

  • Vikram Mishra
    Vikram Mishra 2 місяці тому +420

    The only way to top this would be to melt the outer frame to separate the Aluminum out. Aluminium has almost a 1000c lower melting point than Titanium so should be fairly easy and it would wonderful to see the liquid metal.

    • Efflorescentey
      Efflorescentey Місяць тому +2


    • tushar verma
      tushar verma Місяць тому +2


    • Amit Yadav
      Amit Yadav Місяць тому +9

      Your voice has been heard

    • ben dover
      ben dover Місяць тому

      The mad lad has approved your wish

  • Yuri Caires Meira
    Yuri Caires Meira 2 дні тому

    Muita sofisticação, mas ainda sim, não justifica o altos preços que são cobrados de nós!
    Parabéns pelo belo vídeo 😊

  • Adhiraj V.
    Adhiraj V. 2 місяці тому +21586

    This might be the most destructive teardown he has ever done

    • Jeff Miracle
      Jeff Miracle 2 місяці тому +172

      Yes indeed

    • Sydew
      Sydew 2 місяці тому +301

      Yeah, sad to see he didn't try putting it together :))) Maybe he could've glued the chassis back together or smth, would be a fun video to make though

    • Tyler Mittermueller
      Tyler Mittermueller 2 місяці тому +257

      Lmao I was reading comments while the video was playing and I saw yours and thought huh, it's not that bad... Then he brought out the angle grinder 😂

    • Stefanus Billy
      Stefanus Billy 2 місяці тому +58

      Right in front of my OSHA handbook

    • iAnianii
      iAnianii 2 місяці тому +16

      What about the first folds?
      Edit: whoops lol I didn't watch until the end before commenting 😂

  • J C
    J C 2 місяці тому +179

    Great teardown!
    It would be great if you could polish slightly on sandpaper the sections where you cut the frame so that it's better visible where the titanium stops and the aluminium begins.

  • RK Films
    RK Films 2 місяці тому +144

    I found the video to be incredibly insightful and unique. It was intriguing to witness one of the most destructive teardowns ever performed by Zack. The information about the titanium bezel being just 1mm thick was particularly useful, as it opens up the possibility of embellishing it with diamonds. As always, I thoroughly enjoy watching Zack's videos.😂😂

  • kalhana1
    kalhana1 2 місяці тому +57

    The springy foil tape stuff is for getting a good RF grounding between the 2 parts. It's EMI gasket which prevents unwanted EMI emissions to meet regulations. Also it prevents outside interference from getting in. You need a good 360 degree bond and not just a single point connection otherwise RF from the circuitry leaks.

    • Tyler Johnson
      Tyler Johnson 2 місяці тому +2

      You almost got it right lol

      ALEX BORNEO 2 місяці тому +3

      how do u know this thing?

    • wolfiemuse
      wolfiemuse Місяць тому +3

      @Tyler Johnsonif you’re so educated then enlighten what was wrong about their comment.

  • Flowing
    Flowing День тому

    "Hey Zack, your meticulous teardowns and durability tests are nothing short of fascinating! The way you methodically deconstruct devices, exposing their inner workings and scrutinizing their structural integrity, provides an invaluable insight into the craftsmanship behind these technological marvels. Your comprehensive assessments, from scratch tests to bend assessments, serve as a crucial resource for consumers looking to make informed decisions about their gadgets. Keep up the fantastic work, and thanks for consistently delivering content that goes beyond the surface, unraveling the intricacies of the latest tech with your signature blend of expertise and humor!"

  • Burhan Nayyer
    Burhan Nayyer 2 місяці тому +3075

    Admit it or not, this is by far the most brutal teardown in history.

    • O_O
      O_O 2 місяці тому +42

      Very deserving as well

    • Static Unboxing
      Static Unboxing 2 місяці тому +1

      Completely agree

    • 9 Horizon
      9 Horizon 2 місяці тому +12

      Upgrading from iPhone 12 . Should I go for 14 pro or 15 pro. 15 pro feels week and also the battery is over heating .
      What do I think?

  • Uncle Rico
    Uncle Rico Місяць тому +5

    Wow. I used to own a cell phone repair shop with a friend. We were typically working on anything from iPhone 4’s to iPhone 8’s which were the latest version at the time. Each new release would have a simpler internal design and be easier to work on. (Less parts, screws, etc). Looking at this video it seems they’ve moved back in the opposite direction.

    • Tyrese Ferry
      Tyrese Ferry Місяць тому

      Did you see the add "going balls" 🤨💀


    Incredible job, incredible work tearing this down. 1000% maximum effort. Very interesting to see the technological development-paradigm towards usage of some actually robust materials in smatphones, albeit even if it is only in the frame and not the glass itself per se. But titanium as we all know is the highest strength to weight ration of of any metal. I really enjoyed your video - SUPER job!!!!

    • Birki gts
      Birki gts 2 місяці тому +2

      You don't need strength to weight ratio in a small electronic device. The weight difference between this and a steel would be negligible in daily use. But chromium steel would be stronger overall, more durable, cheaper, and much easier to machine.
      I bet you that titanium adds 50$ to the cost of the phone overall due to the manufacturing challenge it brings and the high material cost.
      Titanium in a smartphone only happens if the marketing department is in charge of the engineering department.

  • Tyro
    Tyro 2 місяці тому +53

    A ton of fun to watch! Both entertaining & informative as always. Apple has a curious approach to thermal management for sure!

  • Birki gts
    Birki gts 2 місяці тому +12

    The way apple describes it, i suspect the aluminum and titanium is bodned via diffusion welding. However, due to the dissimilar atomic structure of the metals an extremely thin intermediate layer of something like nickel or copper would be necessary.
    Diffusion welding is when two metals are heated up enough to where their atoms can diffuse into eachother. Forming an extremely strong bond without having to worry about stresses caused by thermal shock or the compromised properties of the heat affected zone.

    • John DoDo Doe
      John DoDo Doe Місяць тому

      Another method would be a grippy 3D structure in the Ti surface (like inverted indents), then the molten or sprayed Al could solidify into a mechanical attachment .

    • wolfiemuse
      wolfiemuse Місяць тому

      I wonder if it’s just a thin coating of titanium applied to aluminum, similar to how end mills are coated with Ti with a thin, essentially sprayed at a few atoms thick over the phone until it reaches X number of atoms thick, probably 1000 or so.

  • mandala akash
    mandala akash 2 місяці тому +1367

    Jerry always tends to remind phone companies that his teardowns are no joke, and this teardown was 🔥

    • Prison Mike
      Prison Mike 2 місяці тому +12


    • Beach 2023
      Beach 2023 2 місяці тому +24

      His name is actually Zack, not Jerry.

    • Fairy Heart
      Fairy Heart 2 місяці тому +11

      Jerry still running from Tom

    • Static Unboxing
      Static Unboxing 2 місяці тому +4

      He woke up and chose violence

  • Matheus Boettger
    Matheus Boettger Місяць тому +8

    A dublagem em português Brazil tá incrível 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 Sempre adorei seu canal, agora tá muito superior

  • Noah Bates
    Noah Bates 2 місяці тому +8

    Hey Jerry! Because of how rough a cut is from an angle grinder, it might be cool to get it cut by water jet. Might get a better view of how the two metals are formed!

  • Chris D
    Chris D Місяць тому +3

    I would be crazily interested seeing their assembly and automated manufacturing stage of the iPhones. Looks so complicated

    • I Lv Isekai
      I Lv Isekai Місяць тому

      They won't because it will be a PR nightmare.

  • Md.Minarul Islam
    Md.Minarul Islam 2 місяці тому

    Great video and honesty behind the feedback. Thanks brother. Appreciate it. The backglass is made to crack fast since there are no glues holding it in place well and its hollow kinda. Made to crack easy since it takes 5 min to fix it. I own PHONER in Los Angeles and we already had request to change the back fo the 15 plus yesterday and its been only 3 days since arrival by mail for many. :) Appreciate your content.. Always valuable.

  • BobFJ
    BobFJ 2 місяці тому +2

    Great videos as usual. Very informative and sometimes surprising. Pls check and let us know if iPhone 15 Pro selfie camera has OIS and if iPhone 15 regular does not.

  • Azza
    Azza 2 місяці тому +1737

    I love how Jerry just takes things to the extreme. He's the equivalent of a mad scientist, except the fascination with dissection is with phones! He's also twice as funny!

    • MrHahahaha46
      MrHahahaha46 2 місяці тому +23

      zach btw

    • Mr. WhoseZ
      Mr. WhoseZ 2 місяці тому


    • Neon Demon
      Neon Demon 2 місяці тому +8

      ​@MrHahahaha46Nobody cares

    • MOBIK
      MOBIK 2 місяці тому +8

      @MrHahahaha46 everyone knew who he was referring to. That correction was unnecessary.

  • Ihtesham Emon
    Ihtesham Emon 2 місяці тому +4

    This is one detailed video after so many years, especially the telephoto lens teardown and titanium cross section view was epic!

  • Akshat Kansal
    Akshat Kansal 2 місяці тому +3

    The inside of the lens is beautiful. I finally understood how optical stabilisation works. In old canon cameras, it’s the lens that stabilises but here the sensor stabilises the video.

    • Dadan Ardi
      Dadan Ardi Місяць тому +2

      "Finally understood how optical stabilization works" and " but here the sensor stabilizes the video" are contradictory sentences
      - if stabilization happens on lens - > optical
      - if stabilization happens on the sensor -> IBIS/sensor shift -> also it depends on how many axes of movement correction are possible i.e. 3 axes or 5 axes.

    • Akshat Kansal
      Akshat Kansal Місяць тому

      @Dadan Ardi now it's more clear. So optical refers to lens. And IBIS is sensor.

    SHUVODIP MONDAL 2 місяці тому +2

    Bringing new tools to the table.Well done Apple

  • Kyle Morgan
    Kyle Morgan Місяць тому +2

    I'll admit that was more titanium than I expected, but still obviously just there to inflate the price tag. Excellent video!

  • Xtreme
    Xtreme 2 місяці тому +6726

    An angle grinder is something I won’t expect in a phone teardown💀.

    • David Knowles
      David Knowles 2 місяці тому +266

      the fun part was watching it take 10 seconds of so to get through the 1mm titanium, an less then a second through the aluminium.

    • Gameplays by ⬇️
      Gameplays by ⬇️ 2 місяці тому +43

      ​@David Knowlesyeah that was so cool

    • Redmi Note 9
      Redmi Note 9 2 місяці тому +28

      ​@David Knowlesmaybe because the aluminum part is also much thinner 🙄

    • Just Another Manic Gamer
      Just Another Manic Gamer 2 місяці тому +18

      @Redmi Note 9 👈 u need cafe. Why so rude a comment.

    • Sansham Manchanda
      Sansham Manchanda 2 місяці тому +17

      Thank god his hands are ok, for a moment I thought……..

  • Lutfil Chuluq
    Lutfil Chuluq 2 місяці тому +13

    I love the teardowns, I feel like it really shows what I am paying for... plus I what other videos that show what other functions do.

  • mystic knight
    mystic knight 2 місяці тому +1

    As for the soldered 5G cable - my hypothesis is that only the mmWave models (USA only) require soldering for the 26 gHz and 40 gHz signals. The low/midband models (the reset of the planet) likely do not need soldering

  • Ran B
    Ran B 2 місяці тому +2

    Interested in seeing a teardown of the new Zenfone 10, with it's cool gimbal and all.

  • Md. Hadiul Islam
    Md. Hadiul Islam 2 місяці тому +2

    Might be cool to polish up the edges cut by the angle grinder to see the shape of the physical interface between the Ti and Al. There might be some interesting contact geometries, kind of like how there is when plastics are ultrasonic welded.

  • Thunder
    Thunder 2 місяці тому +2

    You Deserve the appreciation Such a Deep Teardown test ever can say ❤️

  • Pr3stag3
    Pr3stag3 2 місяці тому +2599

    I think it's hilarious imagining the phone going through the production process and being packaged and sent out it's new loving customer and the phone seeing Jerry opening it up and the phone thinks "oh dang it that's me screwed"

    • Роман Штро
      Роман Штро 2 місяці тому +181

      "oh dang it that's me unscrewed"

    • OlvinSM
      OlvinSM 2 місяці тому +21

      Phone waking up to it's doom

    • lexus lfa
      lexus lfa 2 місяці тому +17

      reminds me of sausage party movie

    • Naarayan Kespandre
      Naarayan Kespandre 2 місяці тому +4

      phones only Happy when they are replacing Jerry primary phone.

  • Charles Hines
    Charles Hines 2 місяці тому +12

    I had an iPhone 4S once and it had a zillion screws in it too. All weird sizes different heads and very fiddly to work with because of being so short and fine threaded. Then trying to remember where each one came from is a whole other nightmare on its own!!

    • SoBasicReviews
      SoBasicReviews Місяць тому

      Apple intended that so they alone could do repairs.

  • CKLounge
    CKLounge Місяць тому

    I think I might just get the normal 15, which saves me cash and seems to be the smarter choice durability wise

  • Sharaz Hossein
    Sharaz Hossein 2 місяці тому +5

    Amazingly brutal teardown. Love your videos!

  • Tífany de Paula
    Tífany de Paula Місяць тому +17

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    • Noob_br
      Noob_br Місяць тому

      BLACKED Місяць тому

      Verdade, pior que dava para aprender inglês nesse tempo.

  • TheTrojanEcstasy
    TheTrojanEcstasy 2 місяці тому +1594

    the new "foil" is known as an Electromagnetic interference (EMI) strip. we use them on aircraft for static and stuff like that around our electronics to prevent unwanted noise or interference in an electrical path or circuit caused by an outside source.

    • JerryRigEverything
      JerryRigEverything  2 місяці тому +503

      Super cool! Thanks for sharing!

    • rrrandommman
      rrrandommman 2 місяці тому +7

      Very cool, do you also use ferrite beads on cables in aircraft?

    • Don Naidoo
      Don Naidoo 2 місяці тому +69

      Then why TF do air hostesses tell us to switch off our phones😕 USE MORE FOIL MAN!

    • tiredBush
      tiredBush 2 місяці тому +20

      ​@Don Naidooprobably cuz of Murphy's law 😂

    • TheTrojanEcstasy
      TheTrojanEcstasy 2 місяці тому +4

      @rrrandommman I personally worked on harriers so I can't say for every aircraft but I don't recall any ferrite beads

  • Food&DrinkUK
    Food&DrinkUK 2 місяці тому +3

    Can’t wait to see this phone built back up during the phone durability awards!

  • Alec Robinson
    Alec Robinson 2 місяці тому

    It's strange to see the 5G cable soldered to the bottom of the logic board. It definitely could have been a pin style connector.

  • Senula Thevsas Abeygunawardane
    Senula Thevsas Abeygunawardane 2 місяці тому

    Hey Zack! Just wanted to let you know that I really like you and your videos. You and Brandon Butch are definitely my favorite UAclipsrs, and I'm proud to say that I'm subscribed to both of your channels. Keep up the great work! 🤩😇

  • Rs Rabby Rs
    Rs Rabby Rs 2 місяці тому

    This is really a very useful video. You have clearly explained the facts under this topic. Thank you very much for presenting such an important video.

  • Shuvro kumar
    Shuvro kumar 2 місяці тому +4

    Awesome and Incredible job, incredible work tearing this down. It's 1000% maximum effort and Very interesting to see the technological development-paradigm towards usage of some actually robust materials in smatphones, albeit even if it is only in the frame and not the glass itself per se. But titanium as we all know is the highest strength to weight ration of of any metal. I really enjoyed your video - SUPER job!!!!

    • Itinerator
      Itinerator 2 місяці тому +3

      The strongest metal in terms of strength-to-weight ratio is beryllium. not titanium.
      Beryllium surpasses titanium and steel in both relative and absolute strength, and its weight is also less than 25% of steel for the same volume.
      However, it is not commonly used due to its toxicity in dust form and its high cost.

  • Astrid Grubbs
    Astrid Grubbs 2 місяці тому +1241

    Recent Materials Engineering graduate here: solid state diffusion doesnt need a glue or epoxy or anything like that, they put the metals in direct contact with each other and then heat them up to a certain fraction of the metals' melting point (dont know what that fraction is, i didnt focus on metals too much) and then the ions inside the metal will just shake around and actually bleed from one metal into the other metal, binding them into a single piece. It's kind of like when you pour milk in coffee and you can see the milk bleed through and mix with with the coffee. They just stop the metals diffusion after they've combined rather than letting them completely mix.

    • Potatopotatopotatopotatopotatopotato POTATOPOTATO
      Potatopotatopotatopotatopotatopotato POTATOPOTATO 2 місяці тому +113

      Most valuable comment in the entire comment section

    • Ignacio Fuentes
      Ignacio Fuentes 2 місяці тому +86

      So basically they make a titanium and aluminum pizza. 😂😂😂

    • TheHenirik
      TheHenirik 2 місяці тому +21

      So essentially you make a press fit and then redden the metals to bond them harder?
      Or do they just have to fit together, without any particular pressure?

    • subjectbigy
      subjectbigy 2 місяці тому +7

      Why hasn’t Jerry liked this comment yet?

    • Aco
      Aco 2 місяці тому +76

      That seems difficult considering titanium melts at a much higher temperature.

  • guyfellaWOW
    guyfellaWOW Місяць тому

    How much was in the essential ph-1? Would love a comparison of what was available years ago.

  • Shimul Biswas
    Shimul Biswas Місяць тому

    The inside of the lens is beautiful. I finally understood how optical stabilisation works. In old canon cameras, it's the lens that stabilises but here the sensor stabilises the video thank you sir

  • givemeanameman1
    givemeanameman1 2 місяці тому

    Its possible they just press fit the titanium/aluminum together in a inert gas environment.
    With no oxidization layer on the titanium/aluminum it cold welds together and forms a single piece of metal.

  • SparrowHawk183
    SparrowHawk183 2 місяці тому +2

    9:12 How not to use an angel grinder 😢 But great teardown, crazy how much effort Apple puts into designing planned obsolescence into their products, all while selling it as "high end design."

  • Li John
    Li John Місяць тому

    10:32 “Ten Thumbs up to You” for this ultimate tear down and the work you have put in.

  • Dlama Llama
    Dlama Llama 2 місяці тому +1017

    Solid state diffusion is based on atoms from each metal actually swapping place at the surface, effectively fusing them into one piece. Very cool

    • cc
      cc 2 місяці тому +6


    • SuperPhexx
      SuperPhexx 2 місяці тому +31

      Ah! so it's akin to explosion welding...
      How do they do it on a phone frame tho?
      Some sort of friction has to be involved in order to create the weld.. Ultrasound?

    • cc
      cc 2 місяці тому +27

      @SuperPhexx they heat both metals to near melting point, then smush them together

    • SuperPhexx
      SuperPhexx 2 місяці тому +49

      @cc Nah... that would cause the aluminium to completely melt when they are smushed together due to the huge difference in melting point...
      You're right that they somehow melt them together tho, but it's definitely not done with heat.

    • Rudy Silva
      Rudy Silva 2 місяці тому +48

      @cc Temperature is only a part of it. I think you have to drastically change the pressure so that the the phase properties of the materials change. There's a bunch of videos out there on it.

  • Bornito Gabriel BG
    Bornito Gabriel BG Місяць тому

    O cara triplicou o dinheiro que gastou com o iPhone só com este vídeo. Ele é um gênio!😮

  • ZhiZhi Gao
    ZhiZhi Gao 2 місяці тому +1

    Great work! How much weight does the titanium reduce based on your estimation? Doesn’t look much.

    • Rocketman
      Rocketman 2 місяці тому

      just compare with the 14 pro max weight

  • Ameya Panchal
    Ameya Panchal 2 місяці тому +3

    I'm just a mere computer scientist and not really a hardcore hardware technician, but every component he removed or scratched off went straight to my heart, oml.

  • Abner Moraes P.
    Abner Moraes P. 2 місяці тому +10

    Estamos aqui de novo para mais uma atração maravilhosa de um: como destruir um iPhone 15 Pro. isso é demais! 😁
    Parabéns pelos 8k de inscritos, Zack!

  • Jacek Gruchalski
    Jacek Gruchalski Місяць тому

    I love your tools for disassembly!

  • audio tonic
    audio tonic 2 місяці тому +791

    Somehow these teardowns never get boring. :)

    • Huma Onyango
      Huma Onyango 2 місяці тому

      Maybe we will get more after afew more years ... Definitely not now.

    • Your Citizen
      Your Citizen 2 місяці тому +9

      He added a blowtorch to the durability test and an angle grinder to the teardown... The S24 Ultra teardown will probably have plastic explosives at this rate

    • John Smith
      John Smith 2 місяці тому +1

      at least once a year ;)

    • Fyn Kozari
      Fyn Kozari 2 місяці тому

      If you show it to people who don't like tech stuff, it will be boring. Like women who likes food and posing naked on insta.

    • nerd.spirit
      nerd.spirit 2 місяці тому

      apple dont trust nobody 😂

  • Abril Salas
    Abril Salas Місяць тому

    Estoy sorprendida de que siga funcionando después de acercarlo al soplete, eso hay que reconocérselo O:

  • IIxVxII
    IIxVxII Місяць тому

    I'm curious to see the results of the test about the grade. From what i know, titanium sparks white when you use a grinder on it so I'm skeptical

  • Tylar Olson
    Tylar Olson 2 місяці тому

    Man, every single review I’ve seen of this phone has your videos played within it! That back cracked glass really set the mood for everyone else’s videos! You’re quite literally, everywhere!

  • Solandri Acanthocybium
    Solandri Acanthocybium 2 місяці тому

    Did they bond the aluminum and titanium metal-on-metal? Al and Ti sit at opposite ends of electrochemical potential. If the two are on contact with each other and you add an electrolyte (e.g. moisture), you've got a battery. And the Al will corrode. I really hope your guess is right and they used some sort of non-conductive epoxy to bind them. And it only looks like metal-on-metal contact due to damage from the angle grinder.

  • Bruno
    Bruno Місяць тому

    You could have used mercury or gallium to separate the aluminum from the titanium without damaging the titanium structure.

    MAMADZ 2 місяці тому +1003

    No matter how much I've watched his durability test videos I just cannot recover from the screeching noises he made that broke my heart knowing that he just casually destroyed expensive premium phones, and his teardown videos are like medicine to my heart since I love knowing the inside of some technology devices.

      TESTIRAM SVE 2 місяці тому +10

      you wrote it exactly and honestly just the way I think 👋👍

    • Dino Dutta
      Dino Dutta 2 місяці тому +10

      I mean he’s JerryRigEverything, it’s kind of self explanatory. Just don’t watch it or watch it with 0 volume next time 😊👍🏻

    • Akaegbusi victor
      Akaegbusi victor 2 місяці тому +6

      Bro 😂😂
      Just entered yt surprised for me to see him destroying my dream phone 😢😂😂

    • Avner Touitou
      Avner Touitou 2 місяці тому +3

      At least it wasn't me getting cut up 😅

    • PonySlaveStation
      PonySlaveStation 2 місяці тому +4

      Its just a phone lol

  • Technoguyfication
    Technoguyfication 2 місяці тому

    That's an impressively large camera sensor for a smartphone

  • Lord shiv
    Lord shiv 2 місяці тому +2

    apple wouldn't have thought that any user would look this deep to find if there is aluminium under titanium.

  • Jayden Kerr
    Jayden Kerr Місяць тому

    A high speed steel frame would be almost indestructible

  • Cyber tech Nepali
    Cyber tech Nepali 2 місяці тому +1

    I'm always waiting for a teardown video from Jerry ...
    First time I can see the teardown video and durability test video at the same time .. thanks

  • conrado melo
    conrado melo Місяць тому

    Continue com a Dublagem em Português, seu canal é incrivel!

  • southpaw
    southpaw 2 місяці тому +312

    Among all the tech creators I think Jerry has the toughest job of staying updated with the new technologies ranging from camera to screen to the body paint. But sometimes even he has to accept and say out loud "I don't know what that's supposed to do"

  • Nolina Pandit
    Nolina Pandit 2 місяці тому +4

    Apple fans are ready to pay $300 extra for 'Titanium Bezel' which would cost around $30. Awesome teardown, Jerry!

    • Ye
      Ye 3 дні тому

      ??? it LITERALLY costs the same as any other Iphone upon release with the stainless steel frame. Had apple stuck with steel this year instead of titanium it would cost the same lmfao

  • dan428
    dan428 2 місяці тому +1

    Damn im impressed with apple on this one.. thats a finely built piece of hardware

  • Adebayo adesola
    Adebayo adesola 2 місяці тому +3

    Apple lied to us , they gave us an impression that the whole frame was made from titanium metal......😮

  • Jimmie Karlsson
    Jimmie Karlsson 2 місяці тому

    Would have been interesting to know why the back buckled in the bend test

  • EaglePMAC1862
    EaglePMAC1862 2 місяці тому

    This is by far the most deadly teardown he has ever done 😅😂😂

  • Mahesh Pandey
    Mahesh Pandey 2 місяці тому +382

    Jerry never disappoints to rig everything

  • macosby anthony
    macosby anthony 2 місяці тому

    This is by far the most detailed presentation Tim Cook and his team could have done. I am sure he is so upset by this by now. He doesn't care about the money you paid.

  • Maravilla
    Maravilla 2 місяці тому

    It’s just amazing how far technology has evolved

  • Max Bayan
    Max Bayan 2 місяці тому +2

    incredible work tearing this down. It's 100% maximum effort and Very interesting to see the technological development-paradigm towards usage of some actually robust materials in smatphones, albeit even if it is only in the frame and not the glass itself per se. But titanium as we all know is the highest strength to weight ration of of any metal. I really enjoyed your video

  • Pallab Banerjee
    Pallab Banerjee 2 місяці тому

    Hands down the best teardown video of the decade. 🤘

  • Mr.Gamer
    Mr.Gamer Місяць тому +1

    Love the video, also wanted to know what you do with all of the scrap and logic boards?

  • Luis González
    Luis González 2 місяці тому +243

    I think that the reason the back glass broke so easily is because of that gigantic hole in the internal frame, it's large enough that it'd bring no support to that specific part of the back glass, and as the battery is only being held by those adhesive pull tabs, they don't have enough strength to hold the battery enough so that it keeps the back glass from bending to the point of breaking

    • JAGProductions
      JAGProductions 2 місяці тому +7

      That hole is for the wireless charging, right?

    • Tamim Athar Emadi
      Tamim Athar Emadi 2 місяці тому +15

      Well, ig spending 2900 USD on an Iphone 15 pro max isn't worth it if it takes my bare fingers to completely shatter the back glass.

    • Alexandru Ilea
      Alexandru Ilea 2 місяці тому +1

      Right, probably the 15 pro has the same "weakness" if pressed exactly at the middle of the wireless charger.

    • Brian Hurry
      Brian Hurry 2 місяці тому

      I thought the same thing

    • Erik K
      Erik K 2 місяці тому +2

      ​@Alexandru Ileadidn't Jerry test it with a normal one in the last video? Or was it a different one than 15 pro (or non pro version?).

  • Matthew Hall
    Matthew Hall 2 місяці тому

    What a good tear down ! Thankyou the titanium will be extremely good at drop tests and probably stop the phone Frame from denting there for the screen cracking if dropped paired with the new glass what a combo ! Might consider changing back to iPhones for this !

    • Blackbirdone11
      Blackbirdone11 2 місяці тому

      Glas breaks from force applyed. It dont matter if it "dents" the shock still breaks them

  • Ben Schlea
    Ben Schlea 2 місяці тому +1

    Well how else could Apple sell a new phone that's basically last years phone? Titanium. And a "tetra" prism. Which means "four" prism. Awesome teardown. Love to see how far Apple will go to maintain their financial status.

  • Frenchie Sottises
    Frenchie Sottises 2 місяці тому

    Figured they just used it on the sides of the frame. It only made breaking the back of it a lot easier.

  • Raph Raph
    Raph Raph 2 місяці тому +1

    And the iPhone 15 pro max will still sell more than any other smartphone, just like with previous iPhone pro max models.
    This is indicative of what the market truly wants at this price and it also shows that people do not buy expensive phones to destroy them deliberately.

  • Shuvro Dobay
    Shuvro Dobay 2 місяці тому

    Very useful video. I learned a lot by watching your videos. Love your videos.

  • Devansh Chhettri
    Devansh Chhettri 2 місяці тому +613

    The only guy who knows the real stuff. Respect to Jerry for going that deep into the depths

  • Chris Teschke
    Chris Teschke 2 місяці тому

    Congrats to apple for finally joining the rest of the world in universal cables. Innovation at it's finest. I bet Apple will invent expandable storage in the Iphone 16

  • Ascending Adventures
    Ascending Adventures Місяць тому +1

    Metallurgical engineer here: solid state diffusion welding is a legit thing. It’s a lower temperature weld where two materials are placed next to each other, heated up below the melting point, and the atoms “flow” into each other and weld that way.

  • lipardfilm
    lipardfilm 2 місяці тому

    I would have been great to get the frame to a laboratory to test and define the materials.

  • Ian Kirby Canono
    Ian Kirby Canono 2 місяці тому

    This is why I love JerryRigEverything. Awesome teardown.

  • Cristian SanEme
    Cristian SanEme 9 днів тому

    Hola, deberías usar epis de protección como guantes cuando utilizas las herramientas y alguno más, simplemente para dar ejemplo a las demás personas por seguridad, buen video!

  • VG
    VG 2 місяці тому +270

    When you see teardown videos like these you can only but respect the work that these phones need to be made and all the fascinating technology coming with them. Thanks for this awesome video Jerry!

    • ChyllerKoala
      ChyllerKoala 2 місяці тому +23

      yeah mad respects to all the children having to screw in so many tiny different screws for our iphone🫡

    • maevwat
      maevwat 2 місяці тому +2

      I'm an apple hater but I gotta admit, their circuitry looks amazing

    • Wisdom Halmac
      Wisdom Halmac 2 місяці тому +2

      ​@maevwatWhy should one be a "hater" of a particular company? If you don't like their products or prefers something else, why not just move on? Being a hater just means their living in your head rent free! They will continue to succeed while you suffer internally for mundane reason. So stop being a hater my friend.

  • N4CR
    N4CR 2 місяці тому

    They also could use explosive forming. Doubt it though but it can be used to weld dissimilar metal plates.

  • Spumbisco
    Spumbisco 2 місяці тому

    I love the video! I wish that you could also open up the Apple Vision Pro to see what's inside!

  • Cristian Flores
    Cristian Flores Місяць тому

    Hola , excelente video eres el primero que abre a un iPhone de esta manera jajajaja, para ver qué tanto está funcionando el aluminio con el titanium, saludos desde Ecuador mitad del mundo 🎉🎉🎉

  • Kazi Md. Rakibul Hassan
    Kazi Md. Rakibul Hassan 2 місяці тому +1

    The most deadliest teardown I have ever seen. Thumbs up👍

  • Dominic Jojola
    Dominic Jojola Місяць тому +2

    Don’t let them buy you out please. I don’t have enough time in my day or knowledge to do this myself. Thank you for the breakdown. I hope to see more just like this

  • Glass
    Glass 2 місяці тому +838

    I’m a very experienced machinist and it blows my mind imagining all the processes that take place to build an iPhone from start to finish. It actually gives me slight anxiety 😬 lol

    • Fyn Kozari
      Fyn Kozari 2 місяці тому +54

      Wait until u see the price of that silly old tech. Slowest charging phone on the planet. No innovation whatsoever.

    • Octavio_F82
      Octavio_F82 2 місяці тому +43

      @Fyn Kozariold tech, and slow charging? 😂What phone do you have? The iPhone has fast charging imo, with a 20w or bigger brick, it’s fast enough for me Lol

    • Bogdan V.
      Bogdan V. 2 місяці тому +96

      ​@Octavio_F82hahaha 20w is fast for you? I wouldnt go under 120w anymore after i got such a phone for 2 years already and i charge it in 15-20 mins

    • Fyn Kozari
      Fyn Kozari 2 місяці тому +60

      @Octavio_F82 bruz my oneplus 5t charges 20watt. Released in 2017. My 8T charges 65watt released 2020. Apple still charging for almost 2 hours like Google. Even s23 ultra takes 58min. Are u trolling?

  • Mike K
    Mike K 2 місяці тому

    If I get one, I'm even afraid to put it in a case because if I get the tight case that I usually do and I take it out to clean it periodically, I could risk snapping it.

    • Clanps
      Clanps 2 місяці тому

      You won't snap it, you'd have to put serious pressure on it to snap, and all Jerry did was break the back glass. I'd be impressed if you bent the frame by trying to disassemble a case, if you want the phone it's still worth picking up if durability was your only concern