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Düzenleyen: Kristen Gismondi

Düzenleme onaylandı tarafından Kristen Gismondi

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[* black] Removing the trackpad from the bracket requires slicing through four pads of glue.
[* black] With the pad splayed open, we get our first look at the pressure sensors.
[* icon_note] Based on the wiggly pattern of traces stuck to the metal tabs, we're pretty sure the magic pressure sensors in the new Force Touch trackpad are tiny [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strain_gauge|strain gaugesgauges|new_window=true]. Mounted on flexing metal supports, they detect the amount of flex on each, and based on that, the force from above.
[* icon_note] Based on the wiggly pattern of traces stuck to the metal tabs, we're pretty sure the magic pressure sensors in the new Force Touch trackpad are tiny [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strain_gauge|strain gaugesgauges|new_window=true]. Mounted on flexing metal supports, they detect the amount of flex on each, and based on that, the force from above.
[* black] This works in conjunction with the traditional capacitative touchpad up top, to pinpoint where you're applying force.