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[* black] The 2.5 mm nut driver makes an appearance (you may remember its role in the iPhone 6s[guide|48170|iPhone 6s|new_window=true]) removing the nuts holding both the logic board and the logic board shield screws. Thanks to the iPhoneour [product|IF145-452-2|iPhone Marlin kitkit|new_window=true], we're covered!
[* black] The 2.5 mm nut driver makes an appearance (you may remember its role in the iPhone 6s[guide|48170|iPhone 6s|new_window=true]) removing the nuts holding both the logic board and the logic board shield screws. Thanks to the iPhoneour [product|IF145-452-2|iPhone Marlin kitkit|new_window=true], we're covered!
[* black] The logic board may be small but it's hefty. Turns out this beefy heat sink is nothing to sniff at!
[* black] Time for chips!