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[* black] We know our way past this display. It may be a bigger (and slightly flexierand seemingly more flexible) pane of glass than we saw in the [guide|51568|Surface Pro 4 teardown|stepid=112527|new_window=true], but it opens with the same password: ''iOpener''.
[* black] The glass thickness measures in at 0.4 mm, the same as on the Surface Pro 4.

[* black] Thaticon_note] Experience doesn't make it any less nerve-wracking. The Surface line has come a long way, but we'd love to someday see an upgrade in the form of anto their opening procedureprocedure. Maybe something that doesn't''doesn't'' threaten to send glass shards flying at the slightest misstep.
[* icon_note] The glass thickness measures 0.4 mm, the same as on the Surface Pro 4
misstep...
[* black] We know our way past this display. It may be a bigger (and slightly flexierand seemingly more flexible) pane of glass than we saw in the [guide|51568|Surface Pro 4 teardown|stepid=112527|new_window=true], but it opens with the same password: ''iOpener''.
[* black] The glass thickness measures in at 0.4 mm, the same as on the Surface Pro 4.

[* black] Thaticon_note] Experience doesn't make it any less nerve-wracking. The Surface line has come a long way, but we'd love to someday see an upgrade in the form of anto their opening procedureprocedure. Maybe something that doesn't''doesn't'' threaten to send glass shards flying at the slightest misstep.
[* icon_note] The glass thickness measures 0.4 mm, the same as on the Surface Pro 4
misstep...