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Apple iPhone 5 Teardown: Visual Tour

Apple's greatest challenge with the iPhone 5 has to do with its software. Take a look inside the red hot smartphone.
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How can Apple add LTE networking and keep battery life for its iPhone 5 at around 8 to 10 hours of use? A more powerful battery, that's how. It's tall, and thinner, to fit the new phone form factor, and packs a bit more punch: The iPhone 5 battery is rated at 3.8V and 5.45Whr; the iPhone 4S battery is rated at 3.7V and 5.3Whr.

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