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[* black] The rear button is covered by a reinforcement bracket that is adhered to the rear case. Presumably this makes the button less likely to fail, and may protect the rear case as well.
[* black] The button itself sports adhesive on the ribbon cable under the contact padscomponents and chip.
[* black] The
gasket has adhesive to hold itself to the rear case, and another adhesive ring to hold the homeuse adhesive, but replacement isn't too challenging. A mechanical button may be more likely to itfail than a solid touch button.
[* black] The rear button is covered by a reinforcement bracket that is adhered to the rear case. Presumably this makes the button less likely to fail, and may protect the rear case as well.
[* black] The button itself sports adhesive on the ribbon cable under the contact padscomponents and chip.
[* black] The
gasket has adhesive to hold itself to the rear case, and another adhesive ring to hold the homeuse adhesive, but replacement isn't too challenging. A mechanical button may be more likely to itfail than a solid touch button.