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Passo 8
Next up, we pull out one of the smallest daughterboards we've ever seen. It's only a little more than a simple USB-C board. After that harrowing opening procedure, it's nice to see one repairability win in the 6P vs 5X comparison: a USB port mounted on a small and inexpensive daughterboard, rather than soldered onto the motherboard. The front side of the daughterboard features some control hardware and spring contacts for the LTE antenna...
  • Next up, we pull out one of the smallest daughterboards we've ever seen. It's only a little more than a simple USB-C board.

  • After that harrowing opening procedure, it's nice to see one repairability win in the 6P vs 5X comparison: a USB port mounted on a small and inexpensive daughterboard, rather than soldered onto the motherboard.

  • The front side of the daughterboard features some control hardware and spring contacts for the LTE antenna...

  • Texas Instruments TUSB320 USB type-C port controller

  • AKM Semiconductor AK8789 hall sensor

  • Skyworks SKYxxxx antenna tuner (likely)

  • ...And on the back we spy one of the 6P's three noise canceling microphones and a couple more contacts, for the vibrating motor and speaker.

Nel passo successivo, tiriamo fuori una delle più piccole schede secondarie che abbiamo mai visto. È poco più di una semplice scheda USB-C.

Dopo questa tormentata procedura di apertura, è bello vedere una vittoria, in termini di riparabilità, del 6P sul 5X: una porta USB montata su una piccola ed economica scheda secondaria, invece di una saldata sulla scheda madre.

Il lato frontale di questa piccola scheda include dell'hardware di controllo e contatti a molla per l'antenna LTE...

...E sul retro scopriamo uno dei tre microfoni del 6P per la cancellazione del rumore e un altro paio di contatti, per il motore di vibrazione e l'altoparlante.

[* black] Next up, we pull out one of the smallest daughterboards we've ever seen. It's only a little more than a simple USB-C board.
[* icon_note] After that harrowing opening procedure, it's nice to see one repairability win in the 6P vs 5X comparison: a USB port mounted on a small and inexpensive daughterboard, rather than [guide|51318|soldered onto the motherboard|stepid=112142|new_window=true].
[* black] The front side of the daughterboard features some control hardware and spring contacts for the LTE antenna...
[* red] Texas Instruments [link|https://www.ti.com/product/TUSB320|TUSB320] USB type-C port controller
[* orange] AKM Semiconductor [link|https://www.akm.com/tw/en/products/magnetic-sensor/hall-effect-ic/hall-effect-ic-switch/ak8789/|AK8789] hall sensor
[* yellow] Skyworks SKYxxxx antenna tuner (likely)
[* black] ...And on the back we spy one of the 6P's three noise canceling microphones and a couple more contacts, for the vibrating motor and speaker.

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