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[* black] The battery. Put your soldering irons away, they won't be needed! Apple part #616-0372.
[* black] The recycle marker on the battery is blacked out with a sharpie. Suspicious...
[* black] We were all expecting a bigger battery, and I can't verify this, but this page[link|http://certificates.iecee.org/cbtestcert/cbtestcert.nsf/eff34981b15cb391c12570a0004e79dd/d58dff04f62abec8c12574030050e226?OpenDocument|this page] references the part number on the battery and lists a capacity of 1150 mAh, not the 1400 mAh in the original. Can anyone dig up more information?
[* black] We were all expecting a bigger battery, and I can't verify this, but this page[link|http://certificates.iecee.org/cbtestcert/cbtestcert.nsf/eff34981b15cb391c12570a0004e79dd/d58dff04f62abec8c12574030050e226?OpenDocument|this page] references the part number on the battery and lists a capacity of 1150 mAh, not the 1400 mAh in the original. Can anyone dig up more information?

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