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[* black] Our journey in pursuit of electronics did not leave us disappointed. We reveal some tightly-packed components.
[* black] As we begin to pull out the boards, cables, and bits, we're reminded of a certain wearable nightmare (''cough'' [guide|40655|Apple Watch|stepid=93693|new_window=true] ''cough'').
[* black] If [guide|52955|jamming|new_window=true] complex cables into a small [guide|67385|form factor|new_window=true] and sealing it with a copious amount of [guide|49046|glue|stepid=107490|new_window=true] were a game, Apple would be [http://giphy.com/gifs/reaction-winning-charlie-sheen-x0kMYoT7J31i8/fullscreen|winning|new_window=true].
[* black] We see a dangling component that we suspectDangling off to the side is an ambient light sensor, but needone of the two IR proximity sensors that the AirPod uses to investigate furtherdetect when it's in an ear.
[* black] We see a dangling component that we suspectDangling off to the side is an ambient light sensor, but needone of the two IR proximity sensors that the AirPod uses to investigate furtherdetect when it's in an ear.
[* icon_note] We also see the world's cutest (and smallest?) [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coaxial_cable|coaxial connector|new_window=true].