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A small metal strip with two L-bends to let it slide under a lip, ending with a hex wrench, a small brown piece of metal that loosened the Apple P'tui's hex nuts. It's embossed with the Apple logo. It is all that I have left of my old Apple //e.

These days, most Apple hardware, such as the Power Macintosh G4, opens without the use of any sort of wrench.

The exceptions are the PowerBook and iBook, which require a standard Phillips screwdriver to get at the RAM and other fiddly bits, and a Torx driver if you want to dismantle the whole shebang.

So the Apple wrench is truly a thing of the past.

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