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They are tearing down the XPs 9343 here (lol, iFixit, didn’t bother to hide that express service code yeah?)
lol yes they implied doing that, since they are using 2 screwdriver to remove the back cover.
On the other hand, why are they doing this? this is bizarre.
WHAT THE HECK from Dell XPS L321X owner.
I TELL you that Dell is good at making disassembly a puzzle, RIGHT NOW.
Lol to iFixit’s instructions to remove the display. Interesting (and perhaps good for the glass) glue layout.
Lol to the screw in the tape, but the tape’s probably just holding the wires down (behind the screw? Hmm …)
Lol to the extra screw laying behind the back cover.
Lol to the fact that the selfie camera is not centered. (whaaaaaaa)
Lol to the fact that the fan’s bracket is UNDER the motherboard. You should be able to slide it out after removing the screw, though. Shouldn't be mandatory to remove the motherboard. But it’s good for the fan. (otherwise, enjoy cracked brace in my DELL XPS L321X)
Lol to the fact that the speakers are connected to each other.
Lol for the labels for what screw go in which place. But how many screws for the keyboard? 26?
HMM for the fact that there are other stuff on the backplate. ( * cough * 2012 inspiron * cough *)
Yes, built in RAM, but it’s acceptable. It shells out 8G in reasonable price, after all.
People say that the Mac Book Pro is quiet and not hot.
I don’t wonder why. I wonder why do they buy it.
Doing stuff that need less than 7W TDP call for a 7W TDP Atom (or, slightly better, Celeron or i3 or i5). You don’t need this in a expensive, irreparable platform.) Yes it look cool. I would say Microsoft Surface is better (CHEAPER?! seriously, apple.)
Solder-on HARDDRIVE? What the what.
Let’s face it. When your computer broke down (not the connector, not the keyboard, since most often it’s the motherboard), and you are stuck with two soldered on-board chips guarded by T2, I don’t know what you would like to do.
When any other computer broke down you can at least have a chance to visit your harddrive’s contents by pulling it out.
Connect the surface mount chip to another surface mount device to inspect it? Sure. But who will do that?
Holy !&&* this is a awesome guide!
Interesting to see Apple putting in a interesting amount of effort …
But iFixit, far as I know, had not use a hot air gun so far…
Time to use one of those :P
That would be the guide to take off the upper DISPLAY ASSEMBLY, not the screen.
I was expecting you to bring iOpeners and get the actual glass LCD out …
But it’s a good guide.
It’s much better that it’s iPhone 8 siblings….
I mean, once you got all the screwdrivers you need, all you have to worry about is the way to pull off that display.
Lightning connector IS still modular. Unlike the other *cough* iPad *cough* lineup.
Without any evidence (from multimeter or “experiment results”) I reason it is a 1.2V cell, type AAAAA.
From the flange on the battery to the left and the suspecious look of the supposed contact points for it.
*Very quickly* was a bad unit for charge time. 1 hour full? 30 min full? (FULL, not able to use again)
if 1 hour full then charge current is 93MA. 30 minute charge is 186MA, so on and so forth.
I guess Apple had this thing on 1C charge (93MAH—>1 hour @ 93MA). 2C charge will just wreck this battery.
no it is probably not hot glue.
But hmmm isopropyl alcohol…thanks for that tip @mfx
on the other hand, yes, having the ability to having the entire thing be glue-free smells really good.
Maybe you can just prepare a beaker full of that and dump the entire thing (case, left pod, right pod) in and put it on a … the shaking plate?
Well, you can’t really expect one to be able to fit everything inside, without having them look like tangled…spiderwebs.
EVEN UNDER THIS CONDITION HAD THEY FEATURED A CONNECTOR!!!
but the other ones (IR senseor and stuff) are not as friendly, now.
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