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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] EliminatingApple's rerouting of the home buttonTouch ID sensor cable 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] EliminatingApple's rerouting of the home buttonTouch ID sensor cable 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.