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[* black] WithWe quickly set to work on liberating the front-facing camera, and find ourselves facing a tangle of display cables. It's a good thing our teardown engineer has ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAJcJsmH14A|the touch|new_window=true]'' it takes to handle this messy bundle.
[* black] With
some deft tweezing, we lift the display cables from the logic board andare able to extract the front panel.
[* black] WithWe quickly set to work on liberating the front-facing camera, and find ourselves facing a tangle of display cables. It's a good thing our teardown engineer has ''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAJcJsmH14A|the touch|new_window=true]'' it takes to handle this messy bundle.
[* black] With
some deft tweezing, we lift the display cables from the logic board andare able to extract the front panel.
[* black] We reluctantly leave the home button and Lightning connector attached to the logic board—because they're all [guide|26806|still|stepid=66578|new_window=true] soldered to a common ribbon cable.
[* black] The display is almost the same as previous Touches, but hey, it has a white bezel now!

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