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[* black] The US ''face-facing'' cameras are once again packing a little something extra where the [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/M4BWYLyiEPeT2WlB.full|EU edition|new_window=true] was bare.
[* icon_reminder] We saw these mysterious squares during our [guide|137669|iPhone 12 teardowns|stepid=274770|new_window=true]. They live in a snug little space between the Face ID camera modules, roughly where you might expect to find an older iPhone's [guide|127817|ambient light sensor.|stepid=260661|new_window=true]
[* black] Their absence in the EU iPhone may suggest this is a third mmWave antenna of some sort (although it doesn't look like any mmWave antenna we're familiar with). We tried blasting it with X-rays, but it refused to talk.
[* black] It makes you wonder whether someone at Apple earned their paycheck for the year miniaturizing the ambient light sensor even further to free up this space. [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/PORAUXkssXGpPO1a|Where'd it go|new_window=true]?
[* icon_note] The logic board comes out from its new home along the left edge, as in its [guide|137669|fellow 12ers|stepid=274766|new_window=true], clearing space for the beefy rear-facing cameras on the right.
[* icon_caution] The US board has a mmWave antenna flex cable soldered to its underside (which we de-soldered off-stage). US fixers, beware—don't try to yank the board out!

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