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[* black] Comparisons! This new 10.2-inchNo [guide|115457|bezel-shinking magic|new_window=true] here—this 10.2" iPad is just flat-out bigger than the previous iPad 6—no bezel-shrinking magic going on here, just a biggerlast year's 9.7" iPad.
[* blackicon_note] With the bigger size comes greater responsibility: the new iPad finally gets Apple's smart connector (name check)Smart Connector for keyboard compatibility. Yay productivity!
[* black] No dilly-dallying going on this time—we've got a long list of things to tear down. Wedown, so we head straight for the tried-and-trueour tried-and-true, heat-and-suction opening procedure.
[* black] Comparisons! This new 10.2-inchNo [guide|115457|bezel-shinking magic|new_window=true] here—this 10.2" iPad is just flat-out bigger than the previous iPad 6—no bezel-shrinking magic going on here, just a biggerlast year's 9.7" iPad.
[* blackicon_note] With the bigger size comes greater responsibility: the new iPad finally gets Apple's smart connector (name check)Smart Connector for keyboard compatibility. Yay productivity!
[* black] No dilly-dallying going on this time—we've got a long list of things to tear down. Wedown, so we head straight for the tried-and-trueour tried-and-true, heat-and-suction opening procedure.
[* black] We're not sure if we're just getting used to these glue monsters, but this iPad feels almost... easier to open? Could it be?
[* black [* icon_note] We've probably just leveled up since the last iPad teardownteardown.
[* black [* icon_note] We've probably just leveled up since the last iPad teardownteardown.