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[* black] HomeYes. That is hot glue, holding the home button is literally hot-glued inbracket to the front panel. Good luck transferring that to your replacement glass. Which you're going to have to do, to keep the Touch ID functionality after a cracked screen repair.
[* black] AndLooks like the cable routing is a nightmare.
[* black] Look it has
bit of a chip [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/l2qJZwAB2TCVvHQc|here'snightmare itself as well.
[* icon_note] Apple's system for implementing Touch ID seems to require a launching about a year before it's ready. Remember
the ref]Touch ID cable in the [guide|17383|iPhone 5s|stepid=52330]? And the much-improved placement in the [guide|29213|iPhone 6|stepid=69280]?
[* red] No surprises here, Touch ID in the Mini is powered by an NXP Semiconductors [https://chipworks.secure.force.com/catalog/ProductDetails?sku=NXP-8416A1|8416A1|new_window=true] Touch ID Sensor.
[* black] HomeYes. That is hot glue, holding the home button is literally hot-glued inbracket to the front panel. Good luck transferring that to your replacement glass. Which you're going to have to do, to keep the Touch ID functionality after a cracked screen repair.
[* black] AndLooks like the cable routing is a nightmare.
[* black] Look it has
bit of a chip [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/l2qJZwAB2TCVvHQc|here'snightmare itself as well.
[* icon_note] Apple's system for implementing Touch ID seems to require a launching about a year before it's ready. Remember
the ref]Touch ID cable in the [guide|17383|iPhone 5s|stepid=52330]? And the much-improved placement in the [guide|29213|iPhone 6|stepid=69280]?
[* red] No surprises here, Touch ID in the Mini is powered by an NXP Semiconductors [https://chipworks.secure.force.com/catalog/ProductDetails?sku=NXP-8416A1|8416A1|new_window=true] Touch ID Sensor.