At first glance, the tri-point-trapped Taptic Engine seems old hat—but it turns out to be bigger than the one in the 5. Maybe the slimmed-down Series 4 shaker wasn't up to snuff?
It's also made using 100% recycled rare earth metals and tungsten this time, which is awesome. (But let's not forget, reuse > recycling.)
Update: Since we've got Creative Electron's X-rays on tap, here's a nifty bonus image of the Taptic Engine's innards. Shake and bake!
More battery and more Taptic Engine—Apple mentioned neither of these in their announcement, but it seems they've quietly pulled out all the stops this year.
With all the brawn out of the way, it's time to tackle the brains of this operation: the S6 SiP. Even with our trusty tools, this intricate maze of cabling and hidden screws is no picnic.
But as usual, time + tools + technique prevails! At last this Watch regurgitates its remaining contents.
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