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[* black] Things are starting to look Air-y inside this golden chassis—we can almost see the finish line!
[* black] Still lingering above the battery cavern are the metal antenna bracket and the new (modular!) Touch ID sensor, each secured by Torx screws.
[* black] FYI, the Touch ID sensor ''can'' come out directly after the [guide|115201|smaller audio board|stepid=221248|new_window=true] is removed—we just chose to let it [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6Kspj3OO0s|linger|new_window=true].
[* black] A couplefew more screws, andTorx screws later, the display is free! This new Retina panel is almost the same as the one found on the MacBook Pro line, differing onlymainly in peak brightness (a mere 300 nits vs. the Pro's 500) and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DCI-P3|P3 color gamut support|new_window=true].
[* black] A couplefew more screws, andTorx screws later, the display is free! This new Retina panel is almost the same as the one found on the MacBook Pro line, differing onlymainly in peak brightness (a mere 300 nits vs. the Pro's 500) and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DCI-P3|P3 color gamut support|new_window=true].