Interesting that there's a tiny surface-mount capacitor next to the upper right corner of the Qualcomm WTR4905 chip that seems soldered in an incorrect position. Either the automated optical quality assurance systems used after the reflow soldering process are imperfect, or that single capacitor has been unsoldered and dislodged when the large shield cover plate covering that area of the PCB was unsoldered and removed by iFixit. Note that none among the other SMD caps, including much smaller ones, seem to have shifted their position at all, so it's pretty hard to tell whether iFixit (presumably careful) removal of the EMI shield plate is the cause of what looks like a soldering / manufacturing defect...
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