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[* blue] With the wedge split, we get a serious look at the Orange's seriously small seeds.
[* black] These extremely small components seem to be nested deep within the device. Repairability will definitely take a hit for this one.
[* black] Naval Oranges such as this have small, sterile seeds that cannot be used to reproduce more Oranges—a cutting from an existing fruit-bearing tree must be grafted to another tree.
[* icon_note] This is the most advanced anti-piracy DRM measure we've seen, definitively ensuring that Orange owners won't be able to produce copies of their Orange to share with their friends.