Resposta para "Suction Handle vs iSclack"I now recommend the iSclack after a recent battery replacement almost turned into a disaster. I was removing the screen from an iPhone using a suction cup and pry tool. Like I’ve done many times before. But this time I pulled too hard and the screen came off violently. The Touch ID cable yanked out of the board and the little metal bracket flew across the room. Thankfully nothing broken and it all went back together none the worse for wear, but I’ll use an iSclack next time to limit the travel of the screen.
Resposta para "How to restore Apple TV 4K (Without USB-C)"This happened to me yesterday, was watching a movie when the video froze and a few seconds later the TV rebooted. Was greeted with the exclamation symbol and a URL support.apple.com/appletv/restore. I tried the power cycling trick but that didn’t work. So booked a session at the Apple Store. The tech at the genius bar had some useful info. He said the restoration method now uses the Ethernet port. He confirmed the bootloader will try to redownload the OS via the Ethernet port. However he didn’t clarify if this was downloaded from the Internet or from the Apple Store’s LAN servers. He plugged a Cat6 cable into the GigE port, unplugged the power cord, counted to 15, then plugged the power back in while holding Menu + Home on the remote at the same time. Unfortunately that didn’t work either so he handed me a new ATV 4K. Luckily mine was still under warranty. But if anybody else has this happen out of warranty give the Ethernet method a try.
Resposta para "How to remove the Space key?"Late reply but hopefully this will help others. "1. Question: Would you recommend to remove it and clean underneath or is there a simpler way to clean the keyboard from the insides?" Don’t do it. I have removed and cleaned the spacebar on my 2016. It’s near impossible to *not* break the fragile pins on the butterfly mechanism. If you do proceed, here’s my experience. The spacebar has four clips and four hooks. Four clips at the top of the space bar will pop off easily with a guitar pick using near-zero force. The four hooks at the bottom will break if you apply any vertical force. I managed to detach my spacebar without breaking any hooks or clips. However the process doesn’t end there. Below the spacebar is a white clip aka the butterfly mechanism. The white clip has the world’s most fragile pins. The pins are held in place by three clear plastic holders. The middle holder also has a metal dome that activates the switch. Beneath all three holders are tiny LEDs on the case itself. The LEDs are fragile and...