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[* black] The end is in sight, and we're powering on full steam ahead withthrough the remaining peripheral components in the rear case.
[* black] The end is in sight, and we're powering on full steam ahead withthrough the remaining peripheral components in the rear case.
[* black] This first little bracket is covered in spring connectors and EMI grounding fingers, and has a ribbon cable stuck to the back.
[* black] Next out is the lower speaker enclosure, replete with ooey gooey waterproofing adhesive around the port.
[* black] And lastly, the Taptic Engine and famed barometric vent are freed. Apple's Taptic Engine continues to be a linear oscillator vibration motor.