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[* black] After enough poking and prying to earn ourselves certification as plastic surgeons, we finally gently yank out the logic board!
[* black] As in the iPod[guide|10803|iPod Touch 5th GenerationGeneration], many of the important components—including the battery, Lightning connector, and volume controls—are soldered to the logic board.
[* black] After enough poking and prying to earn ourselves certification as plastic surgeons, we finally gently yank out the logic board!
[* black] As in the iPod[guide|10803|iPod Touch 5th GenerationGeneration], many of the important components—including the battery, Lightning connector, and volume controls—are soldered to the logic board.
[* black] With the logic board gone, the rear case is left all alone with no friends to keep it company. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4ZxxHbJGbY|It's not easy being green], you know.