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[* black] After a bit of cutting, some heating and even more patience, we manage to remove the mounting frame from the front panel.
[* icon_note] In iPhones of yore, these clips were the only things securing the display assembly to the body of the phone.
[* black] However, in the recent [guide|48170|iPhone 6s teardown], we discovered a new adhesive gasket securing the display to the body in addition to these clips. This gasket does double duty as a means to improveduty, also improving [http://ifixit.org/blog/7408/iphone-waterproof/|water resistance] in the new iPhone.
[* black] However, in the recent [guide|48170|iPhone 6s teardown], we discovered a new adhesive gasket securing the display to the body in addition to these clips. This gasket does double duty as a means to improveduty, also improving [http://ifixit.org/blog/7408/iphone-waterproof/|water resistance] in the new iPhone.