Starting at 8am this morning, Aussie gadget repair team iExperts were among the first in the world to perform a live-blogged teardown of the iPhone 6, posting dozens of images that detail the insides of the new device from Apple.
US repair company iFixit has begun work dissecting the iPhone 6 Plus, but the Aussie repair company is the possibly the first in the world to breakdown the iPhone 6.
Appleinsider reports that Japanese Apple blog Mac Otakara has also performed a breakdown of the iPhone 6, with both results confirming that a majority of the component leaks that had been reported in the weeks leading up to the official launch were indeed correct. Appleinsider listed the logic board, Touch ID, metal harnesses and flex cables as just some of the matches identified thanks to the product teardown in Japan.
The highly detailed images from the team at iExperts can be accessed via the top of the page, or from here.