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[* black] The plucking continues, as we remove the self-emptying speaker, designed to sonically blast out water after your watch takes a dip.
[* black] After an entirely Series 2-ish experience, we're finally rewarded with something new—a whole new section of RF chips, surely responsible for handling the added LTE functionality.
-[* black] In another new twist, the [guide|67385|mysterious hole next to the microphone|stepid=136498|new_window=true] is now populated by what [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/GekRJYKTbWexJbRR|looks like a barometric pressure sensor|new_window=true].
+[* black] In another new twist, the air vent hole next to the microphone is now populated by what looks like a barometric pressure sensor.
[* icon_note] Apple touted a new barometric altimeter when it introduced the Series 3 at the Steve Jobs Theater—much to our confusion, since [guide|67385|we already found a barometer in last year's model|stepid=136502|new_window=true].
[* black] Time to pull this board!