We encountered an error while trying to save the changes. We've made a note of it, and we'll fix the problem as soon as possible.
Our trusty spudger makes quick work of the Wi-Fi board's cables.
More T6 screws hinder our path, but we will not be deterred.
802.11n connectivity is possible thanks to a Broadcom BCM4331 "single-chip wireless solution."
The Broadcom BCM20702 Single-Chip Bluetooth 4.0 Processor with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support is identical to the chip found in the 13" MacBook Air we just took apart.
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