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[* black] While it is interesting that the heatsink and fan create a logic board sandwich, we don'tWe don't run into any surprises here. Thehere; the heat sink remains much the same as its older siblingpredecessor from 2015.
[* black] While it is interesting that the heatsink and fan create a logic board sandwich, we don'tWe don't run into any surprises here. Thehere; the heat sink remains much the same as its older siblingpredecessor from 2015.
[* black] The only thing left to do is remove the power supply board.
[* black] We suspected that power was transmitted via the heat sink screw posts in our teardown of the [guide|49046|Apple TV 4th Generation]. It looks like this is still the case with Apple TV 4K.