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Back to that 3D Touch-less display—we expected to find a slight but measurable difference in thinness, but it sure doesn't look that way from here. The iPhone 8 display (left) looks pretty much identical to the SE's (right). Are they secretly the same? Not so fast! On 3D Touch screens, we'd normally find a chip on the back that drives the parallel plate capacitors (as seen in our 6S teardown). The iPhone SE display (on the right in this photo) doesn’t have that chip, just a blank window where the chip would be. And the layer of capacitors? We start peeling off display parts in an attempt to confirm...
  • Back to that 3D Touch-less display—we expected to find a slight but measurable difference in thinness, but it sure doesn't look that way from here. The iPhone 8 display (left) looks pretty much identical to the SE's (right). Are they secretly the same?

  • Not so fast! On 3D Touch screens, we'd normally find a chip on the back that drives the parallel plate capacitors (as seen in our 6S teardown). The iPhone SE display (on the right in this photo) doesn’t have that chip, just a blank window where the chip would be.

  • And the layer of capacitors? We start peeling off display parts in an attempt to confirm...

  • Confirmed. No 3D Touch.

  • On the bright side, the two displays are functionally interchangeable, which is kind of amazing considering the difference in hardware—the 8 display works on the SE, and vice versa.

  • Before you get any ideas about adding 3D Touch to your new iPhone SE though, we tried it, and it doesn't work.

Volviendo a esa pantalla 3D sin tacto, esperábamos encontrar una ligera pero medible diferencia en la delgadez, pero seguro que no se ve así desde aquí. La pantalla del iPhone 8 (izquierda) se ve bastante idéntica a la del SE (derecha). ¿Son secretamente iguales?

¡No tan rápido! En las pantallas táctiles 3D, normalmente encontraríamos un chip en la parte trasera que acciona los condensadores de las placas paralelas (como se ve en nuestro desmontaje de 6S). La pantalla del iPhone SE (a la derecha en esta foto) no tiene ese chip, sólo una ventana en blanco donde estaría el chip.

¿Y la capa de condensadores? Empezamos a quitar las partes de la pantalla en un intento de confirmar...

Confirmado. No hay 3D Touch.

Lo positivo es que las dos pantallas son funcionalmente intercambiables, lo cual es algo sorprendente considerando la diferencia de hardware: la pantalla 8 funciona en el SE, y viceversa.

Pero antes de que se te ocurra añadir 3D Touch a tu nuevo iPhone SE, lo probamos y no funciona.

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