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[* black] Disconnecting the Wi-Fi antenna.
[* icon_note] For enough room to disconnect the Wi-Fi antenna on this phone, the ground finger must first be removed. Apple moved this finger out from beneath the battery connector, making battery replacement that much easier.
[* icon_note] The Wi-Fi antenna and chip are perhaps the only RF components of the phone that did not receive a revamp. The board utilizes a [link|http://www.broadcom.com/products/Bluetooth/Bluetooth-RF-Silicon-and-Software-Solutions/BCM4329|Broadcom BCM4329] - the same chip found on the [guide|3130|GSM iPhone 4|stepid=15356]. This antenna is nearly identical to the unit found in the GSM iPhone 4.
[* black] The speaker chamber and Wi-Ficellular antenna assembly come out easily enough.
[* black] The speaker chamber and Wi-Ficellular antenna assembly come out easily enough.