Another highlight here is the return of the L-shaped battery. While it’s something that has made appearances in previous models, it’s something not found in the other iPhones of the year. It’s also marginally smaller than last year’s Pro Max model’s battery.
All in all, the iPhone 12 Pro Max, like the other iPhones of the year, gets a reparability score of 6/10. It shares mostly the same pros and cons as the previous devices. And one key pro among them being modularity of components, leading to easier repairability. Not that you’d want anyone besides Apple itself to deal with that.