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Up top we find the relocated earpiece speaker, complete with a cute little snoot. That snoot lives between the front-facing camera and Face ID hardware, and connects to a channel that directs sound out the top of the display. While we love simple spring contacts, one of this speaker's standoff screws is trapped under the logic board, meaning you'll have to remove the board to swap the speaker! These layers are quite the repair ogre … With its cables running underneath said earpiece speaker (which, again, is underneath the logic board) the front-facing camera hardware—enabler of the new, shrunken Notch™—is not exactly a piece of cake to access. But, at last, we have arrived!
  • Up top we find the relocated earpiece speaker, complete with a cute little snoot. That snoot lives between the front-facing camera and Face ID hardware, and connects to a channel that directs sound out the top of the display.

  • While we love simple spring contacts, one of this speaker's standoff screws is trapped under the logic board, meaning you'll have to remove the board to swap the speaker! These layers are quite the repair ogre …

  • With its cables running underneath said earpiece speaker (which, again, is underneath the logic board) the front-facing camera hardware—enabler of the new, shrunken Notch™—is not exactly a piece of cake to access. But, at last, we have arrived!

  • After pulling out all the big-name bits, we spy something with its very own cut-out in the case metal. Our guess is that it's an Ultra Wideband antenna. Say hi, Find My!

En la parte superior se encuentra el altavoz del auricular reubicado, con una bonita boquilla. Este altavoz se encuentra entre la cámara frontal y el hardware de Face ID, y se conecta a un canal que dirige el sonido hacia la parte superior de la pantalla.

Aunque nos encantan los contactos de muelle sencillos, uno de los tornillos de separación de este altavoz está atrapado bajo la placa lógica, lo que significa que tendrás que quitar la placa para cambiar el altavoz. Estas capas son todo un ogro de la reparación...

Con sus cables pasando por debajo de dicho altavoz del auricular (que, de nuevo, está debajo de la placa lógica), el hardware de la cámara frontal -facilitador del nuevo Notch™ encogido- no es precisamente fácil de acceder. Pero, por fin, ¡hemos llegado!

Después de sacar todas las piezas de gran tamaño, vemos algo con su propio recorte en el metal de la carcasa. Suponemos que se trata de una antena de banda ultraancha.

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