That's also the first thing I was thinking about. How cool would it be if you can drop a 6+ camera module in a 6?
Make sure you have removed all 3 screws connected to the vibrator since the bracket is welded on the motor house.
To make this step easier you can slightly lift the microphone with a spudger. This way the ribbon doesn't have to bend so tight.
The ribbon is sitting under the wifi cable. It's best to unclip the wifi cable and bend it aside.
You do not need to remove the rubber bumper. I did the replacement without removing it and that works just fine.
I think that's not a good idea as the top of the display is held in place with plastic tabs.
If you apply to much force they can break.
In my PowerBook the cable from the right speaker was preventing me from removing the hard drive. I firstly had to diconnect that cable from te logic board before I could remove the hard drive.