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[* black] With the iPad-like adhesive removedsevered, we bust out the [product|IF145-023|heavy-duty stuff].
[* black] With the iPad-like adhesive removedsevered, we bust out the [product|IF145-023|heavy-duty stuff].
[* black] Repair faux pas alert! To save space and eliminate the gap between the glass and the pixels, Apple opted to fuse the front glass and the LCD. This means that if you want to replace one, you'll have to replace both.
[* black] The fused display may look awesome, but at what cost, Apple? At. What. Cost!?
[* icon_note] Probably just a lower repairability score.
[* black] We were fairly surprised to see that
black] The cost is quickly apparent: cutting open the new iMac's LCD sportsdisplay destroys the same model number as last year—LM215WF3 from LG—even though the LCD is 5 mm thinner.
[* black] If it's the same, why is
foam adhesive securing it smaller? We surmise that Apple tookshut. Putting things back together will require peeling off and replacing all the same pieces of the LCD and crammed them intooriginal adhesive, which will be a smaller housingmajor pain for repairers.
[* icon_note] Probably just a lower repairability score.
[* black] We were fairly surprised to see that
black] The cost is quickly apparent: cutting open the new iMac's LCD sportsdisplay destroys the same model number as last year—LM215WF3 from LG—even though the LCD is 5 mm thinner.
[* black] If it's the same, why is
foam adhesive securing it smaller? We surmise that Apple tookshut. Putting things back together will require peeling off and replacing all the same pieces of the LCD and crammed them intooriginal adhesive, which will be a smaller housingmajor pain for repairers.

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