Apple iPhones are never known for being easy to fix and most of the time, their users will choose to get a new model instead of repairing it but according to iFixit, the new iPhone X might be more fixable than we think.
Unlike the last few models, the Apple iPhone X actually got a 6 repairability score from iFixit. That means the Apple iPhone X beats the new Samsung Note 8 when it comes to repairability. As shown by Apple, the Apple iPhone X can be taken apart by removing a few screws beside the Lightning port.
Once these screws are off, you can remove the display but the display will still be connected via two ribbons. From there, you can easily access the dual camera and logic board. Below that is the 2716mAh battery.
Looking at how the iPhone X can be taken apart and put back together, it looks like you might be able to do some minor fixes on the iPhone X if needed but we won’t recommend.