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Flipping the digitizer on its back reveals the most significant change thus far from the lookalike iPad Air: the addition of Touch ID, and its associated hardware. NXP 8461A1—also visible as a 5x4 ball grid array hiding under the speaker in this sweet X-ray image. Probably a NXP Semiconductor NVT8461A1 (WLCSP20) secure microcontroller.
  • Flipping the digitizer on its back reveals the most significant change thus far from the lookalike iPad Air: the addition of Touch ID, and its associated hardware.

  • NXP 8461A1—also visible as a 5x4 ball grid array hiding under the speaker in this sweet X-ray image.

  • Probably a NXP Semiconductor NVT8461A1 (WLCSP20) secure microcontroller.

  • Thumbs up for fingerprint reading. Thumbs down for a harder repair, since the sensor is uniquely paired to its logic board at the factory.

  • At least this lovely button is still a button (unlike the solid-state un-button that debuted on 7-series iPhones). Peep that switch under the Lightning port traces.

  • Likely hall sensors

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