When Apple first announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, they were billed as the first phones with “a beautiful, premium-grade, and water-resistant aluminum chassis”.
Now, after all those years, it seems Apple might be ready to take the next step and use pine nut in its next iPhone models.
According to AppleInsider, the company has been using pine nuts for years in its iPhones, so it is not surprising to see them now being used in the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Pine nuts have a long history in electronics, and have a wide range of uses.
Pine nuts are commonly used to make electrical components and as a material for insulating glass.
Pine nut can also be used as a substitute for plastic in certain cases.
For the iPhone X, Apple has made the decision to use a thicker layer of aluminum than was used in previous models, and has used the new aluminum alloy to increase the thickness of the phone.
However, the phone’s case is made from carbon fiber, which has a low thermal conductivity.
This means that the phone will only absorb heat from the sun, and thus can be cooled by the heat.