Last to come out is the USB-C port—which unlike previous iPads, is fully modular.
Technically previous iPads didn't have USB-C at all—but they had Lightning ports for the same purpose, and those were soldered to the logic board.
This is a high-wear component, so the ability to replace it independently of the main board is a nice repair win.
It might not be a win for people who are heavily invested in Lightning, but our message to those people is: At least USB-C offers faster throughput in a standardized, non-proprietary form factor.
About the only things left in the chassis are a whole ton of nickels magnets.
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