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[* black] We're starting to see a trend here. Getting the next layer out of this case requires—you guessed it—heaps of heat, a plethora of prying, and a pair of pliers.
[* black] We immediately notice that this generation's logic board is more ... goopier ... than the [guide|75578|board|stepid=152781|new_window=true] that emerged from the wreckage of the first AirPod fiasco—probably to help with water resistance.
[* black] Finally, a beacon in the darkness—there's [guide|75578|still|stepid=152780|new_window=true] a modular charging port!
[* black] ... although if you tunnel this far into the case, there's a good chance you now have more broken parts than just the charging port.
[* black] Beneath that shiny liquid-resistant coating, we make out some chips:
[* red] Broadcom 59356A2KUBGBCM59356A2KUBG wireless charging module
[* orange] L476MGY6 A5STMicroelectronics [link|https://www.st.com/en/microcontrollers-microprocessors/stm32l476mg.html|STM32L476MG] 32-Bit ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller w/ 1 Mb Flash
[* red] Broadcom 59356A2KUBGBCM59356A2KUBG wireless charging module
[* orange] L476MGY6 A5STMicroelectronics [link|https://www.st.com/en/microcontrollers-microprocessors/stm32l476mg.html|STM32L476MG] 32-Bit ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller w/ 1 Mb Flash
[* yellow] TI 87A6FP