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[* black] Gently peelRemove the speaker assembly away fromfollowing screws securing the Lightning connector ribbon cable.
[* icon_note] If you are replacing the Lightning connector with a new part, make sure
assembly to transfer the rubber casing around the microphone. You can do this using a spudger.rear case:
[* red] One 2.9 mm Phillips screw
[* orange] One 1.5 mm Phillips screw
[* yellow] Two 3.3 mm Phillips screws
[* black] Gently peelRemove the speaker assembly away fromfollowing screws securing the Lightning connector ribbon cable.
[* icon_note] If you are replacing the Lightning connector with a new part, make sure
assembly to transfer the rubber casing around the microphone. You can do this using a spudger.rear case:
[* red] One 2.9 mm Phillips screw
[* orange] One 1.5 mm Phillips screw
[* yellow] Two 3.3 mm Phillips screws

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