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[* black] Moving on, we direct our attention to the trackpad.
[* black] Unlike the newer [guide|111384|MacBook Pros|stepid=213249|new_window=trueguide|111384|MacBooks Pro|stepid=213249|new_window=true], which have first-step replaceable trackpads, this trackpad has a cable that lives under the logic board.
[* black] Unlike the newer [guide|111384|MacBook Pros|stepid=213249|new_window=trueguide|111384|MacBooks Pro|stepid=213249|new_window=true], which have first-step replaceable trackpads, this trackpad has a cable that lives under the logic board.
[* icon_note] Looks like any trackpad replacements will have to go through logic board removal first.
[* black] NoteAnother moment of new: there are some exposed cables wrapped around the connectors near the topupper edge of the trackpad wrapped around towards the edge. That's newtrackpad, a very un-Apple design.
[* black] NoteAnother moment of new: there are some exposed cables wrapped around the connectors near the topupper edge of the trackpad wrapped around towards the edge. That's newtrackpad, a very un-Apple design.
[* black] As the trackpad comes out, we can't help but think of a [http://static1.squarespace.com/static/57bc4302f5e23115c191f016/57bfb747f5e231226986071c/5847d9e0bebafb62f7f857b9/1481116748056/TIE+Cockpit.jpg?format=1000w|certain|new_window=true] [http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/TIE_Advanced_x1|TIE fighter|new_window=true]...