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[* black] We equip ourselves with the Precision Bit Driver and a Phillips bit from our [product|IF145-299-4|Mako Driver Set|new_window=true], which is ('''spoiler alert''') the only bit we need until the end of this teardown—we'reteardown. For that, we're pleased.
[* black] We equip ourselves with the Precision Bit Driver and a Phillips bit from our [product|IF145-299-4|Mako Driver Set|new_window=true], which is ('''spoiler alert''') the only bit we need until the end of this teardown—we'reteardown. For that, we're pleased.
[* black] Next out is the wireless charging coil attached to the motherboard cover, which also carries some antennas and a strange orange flex cable to bridge two contacts—what for, we're not sure.
[* black] This charging coil can not only chargecharges the phonephone, but also works in reverse and canto [https://youtu.be/2xMa3UZbRUU?t=5488|charge your computer mouse, electrical razor andrazor, or toothbrush|new_window=true]—no kidding. Reverse charging
[* black] It
seems to becomethat for 2019, reverse charging is becoming standard amongequipment on [guide|120331|flagship phones|stepid=231983|new_window=true].
[* black] This charging coil can not only chargecharges the phonephone, but also works in reverse and canto [https://youtu.be/2xMa3UZbRUU?t=5488|charge your computer mouse, electrical razor andrazor, or toothbrush|new_window=true]—no kidding. Reverse charging
[* black] It
seems to becomethat for 2019, reverse charging is becoming standard amongequipment on [guide|120331|flagship phones|stepid=231983|new_window=true].