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-[* black] Next up: careful prying and tons of heat.
- [* black] The panel is more rigid and so it feels a little sturdier to pry against, but flexing the glass disturbs the LCD even when you aren't inserting the pick very deeply. So you risk damaging your display when going in for ordinary repairs.
-[* black] The fused display finally gives way and things already look different, all the cables are at the top, what is this, a 6 Plus+?
-[* black] Sources cited: The [guide|18907|original iPad air opening shot|stepid=53567]
-[* black] Time to pop off the display and dig in!
+[* black] Coming up next: careful prying and tons of heat.
+[* black] The front panel is more rigid than in previous iPad models, therefore it feels a bit sturdier to pry against, however flexing the glass still disturbs the LCD even when you aren't inserting the pick very deeply.
+ [* icon_note] That being the case, there is still a risk of damaging the display even when performing ordinary repairs.
+[* black] Upon successfully opening the iPad Air 2, we quickly notice that all the display cables now reside near the top of the iPad. If we didn't know any better, we'd say we're looking at an iPhone 6 Plus +.