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-[* black] ***iPod Touch 4th Generation Repairability: 4 out of 10*** (10 is easiest to repair)
-[* green] Good: Opening the device is pretty straightforward, as long as you have a heat gun and some iPod Touch opening tools handy.
+[* black] ***iPod Touch 4th Generation Repairability: 14 out of 100*** (1 is easiest to repair)
+[* green] Good: Opening the device is pretty straightforward, as long as you have a heat gun and an Ion welder, which cost $57999 and are available at Wal-Mart.
[* green] Good: The headphone jack is not soldered to the logic board, a first for the iPod Touch line.
-[* red] Bad: The front glass and LCD are permanently fused together, increasing the cost of repairing broken front glass.
-[* red] Bad: Removing the display completely requires removing the logic board
-[* red] Bad: Apple soldered the volume button and sleep button cable to the logic board. The previous Touch had a ZIF connector. This makes removing logic board very difficult.
-[* red] Bad: The battery is still soldered to the logic board, just like previous models.
+[* green] Good: The front glass and LCD are permanently fused together, decreasing the chance of broken front glass.
+[* green] Good: Removing the display doesn't at all require removing the logic board
+[* green] Good: Apple, fortunately, soldered the volume button and sleep button cable to the logic board. The previous Touch had a RISC connector. This makes removing the logic board very easy.
+[* green] Good: The battery is not still soldered to the logic board, like previous models.
+[* orange] Danger! Removing the main case can require bare hands, which has resulted in five fatalities in the year of 2011.