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[* black] We have reached our first major disassembly difference! At the bottom of the phone, a cable connects the Touch ID sensor in the home button to the Lightning port assembly.
[* icon_caution]
This iPhone won't be breeched byadds a small element of danger to disassembly, as pulling too hard with the suction alone. We need our handy spudgercup could cause some accidental damage to the cable.
[* black] We survive this first booby trap and swiftly
disconnect the Touch ID cable connector with the help of a [product|IF145-002|spudger].
[* black] We get our first peak at the internal layout of the 5s. Comparing it to [guide|10525|the iPhone 5|stepid=38280], we see very
few cables holdingdifferences. The main one being the front panel captivelack of a battery removal pull-tab.
[* black] We have reached our first major disassembly difference! At the bottom of the phone, a cable connects the Touch ID sensor in the home button to the Lightning port assembly.
[* icon_caution]
This iPhone won't be breeched byadds a small element of danger to disassembly, as pulling too hard with the suction alone. We need our handy spudgercup could cause some accidental damage to the cable.
[* black] We survive this first booby trap and swiftly
disconnect the Touch ID cable connector with the help of a [product|IF145-002|spudger].
[* black] We get our first peak at the internal layout of the 5s. Comparing it to [guide|10525|the iPhone 5|stepid=38280], we see very
few cables holdingdifferences. The main one being the front panel captivelack of a battery removal pull-tab.

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