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[* black] Reaching into the almost emptyalmost-empty case, we fish out the slightly modified [guide|75578|(compared to last time)|stepid=152779|new_window=true] sync button—now with two additional solder points for the ends of the wireless charging coil.
[* black] Finally, the thing we came all this way for—thefor: the new wireless charging coil, and a thermal pad to keep it cool under pressure.
[* black] Reaching into the almost emptyalmost-empty case, we fish out the slightly modified [guide|75578|(compared to last time)|stepid=152779|new_window=true] sync button—now with two additional solder points for the ends of the wireless charging coil.
[* black] Finally, the thing we came all this way for—thefor: the new wireless charging coil, and a thermal pad to keep it cool under pressure.
[* black] ... which, despite our best efforts, refuses to come out intact.
[* icon_note] This updated case seems designed for increased ''durability'', but not ''repairability''. That beefier hinge and water-repellent coating on the board probably makes for fewer failures—hopefully ''way'' fewer, because the rest of this thing is still a hot mess to service.