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Just six Torx screws and a few cable connectors stand between us and logic board removal—not bad! Certainly nothing our Marlin Screwdriver Set can't handle. Out it comes! The Air's logic board is not mustachioed like the Pro's, nor is it quite so minuscule as the MacBook's. So far this is easy, but we'd prefer to see upgradeable components or straightforward battery access—AKA device-life extenders—over board access at this point.
  • Just six Torx screws and a few cable connectors stand between us and logic board removal—not bad! Certainly nothing our Marlin Screwdriver Set can't handle.

  • Out it comes! The Air's logic board is not mustachioed like the Pro's, nor is it quite so minuscule as the MacBook's.

  • So far this is easy, but we'd prefer to see upgradeable components or straightforward battery access—AKA device-life extenders—over board access at this point.

  • Next we snag the daughterboard, which hosts a (highly endangered) headphone jack and some connectors for the speaker and Touch ID sensor.

  • Also residing on this board: a Cirrus Logic CS42L83A audio codec.

Seules six vis Torx et quelques connecteurs de nappe nous barrent la route vers la carte mère, pas mal ! Notre set de tournevis Marlin n'en fait qu'une bouchée.

Et voilà ! La carte mère de l'Air ne porte pas la moustache comme celle du Pro, mais n'est pas aussi minuscule que celle du MacBook.

Tout marche sur des roulettes jusqu'ici, mais nous préfèrerions trouver des composants qu'il est possible de mettre à jour ou une batterie facile d'accès, c'est-à-dire des facteurs accroissant la longévité, plutôt que d'accéder si vite à la carte mère.

Puis nous mettons la main sur la carte fille qui abrite une prise jack (espèce en voie de disparition) et quelques connecteurs pour le haut-parleur et le capteur Touch ID.

Un autre habitant : un codec audio Cirrus Logic CS42L83A.

[* black] Just six Torx screws and a few cable connectors stand between us and logic board removal—not bad! Certainly nothing our [product|IF145-398|Marlin Screwdriver Set|new_window=true] can't handle.
[* black] Out it comes! The Air's logic board is not [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/EEI4GHk3jnFGMJHc.huge|mustachioed|new_window=true] like the Pro's, nor is it quite so [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/DqPT14YcKMsGMBZ1.huge|minuscule|new_window=true] as the MacBook's.
[* icon_note] So far this is easy, but we'd prefer to see upgradeable components or straightforward battery access—AKA device-life extenders—thanextenders—over board access at this point.
[* icon_note] So far this is easy, but we'd prefer to see upgradeable components or straightforward battery access—AKA device-life extenders—thanextenders—over board access at this point.
[* black] Next we snag the daughterboard, which hosts a (highly endangered) headphone jack and some connectors for the speaker and Touch ID sensor.
[* red] Also residing on this board: a [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/DTkYr6RTB3IJvmQA|Cirrus Logic CS42L83A audio codec|new_window=true].

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