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[* black] Insert wisdom herePressure contacts on the vibrator motor mean that replacing it doesn't require soldering or prying up on small connectors.
[* black] Unlike the [guide|6610|iPhone 4S|stepid=28315], which used a linear-oscillating vibrator, Apple has gone back to a rotational motor with a counterweight.
[* icon_note] We praised Apple in the past for going with the quieter and less annoying linear oscillating vibrator, but now we're scratching at heads as to why they went back
.
[* black] Insert wisdom herePressure contacts on the vibrator motor mean that replacing it doesn't require soldering or prying up on small connectors.
[* black] Unlike the [guide|6610|iPhone 4S|stepid=28315], which used a linear-oscillating vibrator, Apple has gone back to a rotational motor with a counterweight.
[* icon_note] We praised Apple in the past for going with the quieter and less annoying linear oscillating vibrator, but now we're scratching at heads as to why they went back
.