Despite them only being released worldwide today, the iFixit team have already got round to tearing down Apple’s latest smartphones for us all to see.

In case you don’t already know iFixit are a team of enthusiasts that quite regularly take apart a number of different gadgets and gizmos and then give them a score on its repair index, with 1 being very difficult to repair and 10 being extremely easy to repair.

iFixit started with the iPhone 6 which managed to grab a 7 out of 10 on the iFixit repair index, a number which is the same to the iPhone 5S that was released a year ago, and is probably due to the handsets having a similar construction to each other.

iFixit noted in the tear-down that the display was not easy to remove from the handset, however the battery is quite easy to replace once the display is off.

Next up iFixit torn down the iPhone 6 Plus which received the same score as the iPhone 6 at 6 out of 10.

That’s not surprising at all given that the main differences between the too is a camera and a larger display.

If you are looking to pick up one of these handsets be sure to check out our own post detailing where you can so here.

You can also read the full results of each tear-down at the source links below.

Source: iFixit (iPhone 6 Tear-Down), iFixit (iPhone 6 Plus Tear-Down)

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