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[* black] It's [product|IF145-243|iSclack time|new_window=true]! This handy tool allows us to easily shuck the display assembly from the rear enclosure.
[* icon_reminder] We proceed cautiously, remembering the [guide|17383|surprise|stepid=52330|new_window=true] from last time.
[* black] With no noticeable booby traps, we proceed to open our little gold treasure chest.
[* icon_note] The elimination ofEliminating the home button cable slung directly between the Touch ID sensor and the Lightning port assembly recalls the cleaner design (and safer opening procedure) of the iPhone 5—the iPhone with the [https://www.ifixit.com/smartphone_repairability|highest repairability score] to date.
[* icon_note] The elimination ofEliminating the home button cable slung directly between the Touch ID sensor and the Lightning port assembly recalls the cleaner design (and safer opening procedure) of the iPhone 5—the iPhone with the [https://www.ifixit.com/smartphone_repairability|highest repairability score] to date.
[* black] Much like iPhones of the past, the display assembly cables are held securely to the logic board by a metal bracket.