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[* black] Time to scout out some silicon! The backside of this board is devoid of chips, so we'll save our glue-fighting powers for another day. Meanwhile, here's what's floating around topside:
[* red] Apple A9 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_A9|APL0898|new_window=true] SoC + Samsung K3RG1G10BM-BGCH 2 GB LPDDR4 RAM (as seen in the [guide|48170|iPhone 6s|stepid=107880|new_window=true])
[* orange] SK Hynix [document|2965|H23QEG8VG2ACR] 32 GB NAND flash storage
[* yellow] 2x Broadcom [https://chipworks1.force.com/DefaultStore/ccrz__Products?operation=quickSearch&searchText=BRO-BCM5976A0KUB2G|BCM5976|new_window=true] touch controllers—as seen in iPhones 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, SE, as well as trackpads in MacBooks, MacBook Airs and Pros, and the last two generations of iPads
[* green] Apple 343S001441-A0 and 338S1213
[* light_blue] NXP [http://www.idownloadblog.com/2016/10/21/qualcomm-could-buy-nxp-which-supplies-iphones-with-nfc-and-motion-tracking-chips/|67V04|new_window=true] NFC Controller as seen in the iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2
[* blue] NXP 610A38 USB charging IC, as seen in the [guide|67382|iPhone 7|stepid=136538]
[* violet] Apple/USI 339S0038 Wi-Fi module

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