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Alterações no passo #5

Edição por Miroslav Djuric

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[* black] The newly revised Kindle Fire (left) and the Kindle Fire HD (right) lay side-by-side, both opened up and exposed to the sterile white lights of the iFixit teardown table.
[* black] The Kindle Fire HD is the big kid in town (for now), but that doesn't mean the refreshed Kindle Fire doesn't deserve its time in the spotlighta little peek inside, just for giggles.
[* black] Though the non-HD Kindle Fire motherboard layout is pretty much the same as [guide|7099|last year|stepid=30226], Amazon switched up the design and layout of a few connectors:
[* black] The Kindle Fire HD is the big kid in town (for now), but that doesn't mean the refreshed Kindle Fire doesn't deserve its time in the spotlighta little peek inside, just for giggles.
[* black] Though the non-HD Kindle Fire motherboard layout is pretty much the same as [guide|7099|last year|stepid=30226], Amazon switched up the design and layout of a few connectors:
[* red] The design of the digitizer ribbon cable has been minimally altered.
[* yellow] The ambient light sensor socket is missing from the motherboard, though the trace is still present on the board.