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[* black] Removing the LCD.
[* black] One of
Be very careful not to tear the most exciting features ofwires or damage the new Nano is what coverssmall ribons goint ot he hold switch. You may have to unscrew the LCD: real glass.pice once you slide it out a little
[* black] Earlier iPod Nanos have been incredibly [http://arstechnica.com/reviews/hardware/nano.ars/3|durable]. Hopefully,to remove the same will be true of this iPod, even with a glass screen covering. We certainly appreciateyou can slide the addition of real glass; it's nice to see someLCD up just slightly and press on the bottom of the enhancements from Apple's largerglass and more expensive devices make it will pop out so you can replace it.
[* black] Unplug the ribbon attaching the Logic board
to the NanoLCD.
[* black] Removing the LCD.
[* black] One of
Be very careful not to tear the most exciting features ofwires or damage the new Nano is what coverssmall ribons goint ot he hold switch. You may have to unscrew the LCD: real glass.pice once you slide it out a little
[* black] Earlier iPod Nanos have been incredibly [http://arstechnica.com/reviews/hardware/nano.ars/3|durable]. Hopefully,to remove the same will be true of this iPod, even with a glass screen covering. We certainly appreciateyou can slide the addition of real glass; it's nice to see someLCD up just slightly and press on the bottom of the enhancements from Apple's largerglass and more expensive devices make it will pop out so you can replace it.
[* black] Unplug the ribbon attaching the Logic board
to the NanoLCD.