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iPod Nano 7th Generation Repairability: 5 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).
An easy-to-open case only requires unscrewing two screws and a plastic opening tool.
Only standard Phillips #00 screws are used—no security or pentalobe.
The LCD and digitizer glass are not fused together, allowing replacement of either component separately.
"External" screws hidden behind the antenna mean less adhesive holding down the display assembly.
The battery, Lightning connector, button cable, and headphone jack are all soldered to the logic board.
The battery is adhered to the back of the display assembly.
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