Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

A simple look into the Universal Dock

Need a flat nose screw driver 2.4mm

philip screw driver #1

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Apple Universal Dock Model A1256, use our service manual.

Pry along the edge of the bottom of the case. It will just pop out.
  • Pry along the edge of the bottom of the case. It will just pop out.

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Remove the top case from the bottom.
  • Remove the top case from the bottom.

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There are five Phillips screws holding the metal brace down (In the picture I have already removed them).
  • There are five Phillips screws holding the metal brace down (In the picture I have already removed them).

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The brace is glued in near the ir-sensor. You may have to apply a little bit force to remove it, but it will come out with just pulling. (You can pry it a little bit with a spudger or a screwdriver) The brace is glued in near the ir-sensor. You may have to apply a little bit force to remove it, but it will come out with just pulling. (You can pry it a little bit with a spudger or a screwdriver)
  • The brace is glued in near the ir-sensor. You may have to apply a little bit force to remove it, but it will come out with just pulling. (You can pry it a little bit with a spudger or a screwdriver)

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The only major chip located on the circuit board. (All those who have wondered about the dock's line out, I think we are clear now.) The only major chip located on the circuit board. (All those who have wondered about the dock's line out, I think we are clear now.)
  • The only major chip located on the circuit board. (All those who have wondered about the dock's line out, I think we are clear now.)

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