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[* black] Yes. ThatYes—that is hot glue, holding the home button bracket to the front panel. Good luck transferring that to your replacement glass. Which(Which you're going to have''have'' to do, to keep the Touch ID functionality after a cracked screen repair.repair.)
[* black] Looks like the cable is a bit of a nightmare itself as wellall by itself.
[* icon_note] Apple's system for implementing Touch ID seems to require a launching about a year before it's ready. Remember the 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,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] Yes. ThatYes—that is hot glue, holding the home button bracket to the front panel. Good luck transferring that to your replacement glass. Which(Which you're going to have''have'' to do, to keep the Touch ID functionality after a cracked screen repair.repair.)
[* black] Looks like the cable is a bit of a nightmare itself as wellall by itself.
[* icon_note] Apple's system for implementing Touch ID seems to require a launching about a year before it's ready. Remember the 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,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.