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Welcome to the third installment of Science with iFixit. This time around, we've got a helping hand from our buddies at Chipworks.
Disclaimer: there will be a lot of technical jargon being thrown around in this teardown. We'll try to succinctly explain what we can, but expect to see plenty of links to good ol' Wikipedia.
So hop on, and join us as we figure out why the A6 is so darn fly.
But first, a bit about Chipworks' equipment that makes all this possible.
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