Apple Watch 5 44mm teardown revealed a marginal increase in battery capacity, redesigned connectors and a better look at the new display. iFixit has now published the Apple Watch Series 5 teardown and the device does feature some big changes as opposed to its predecessor.
iPhone 11 Teardown Confirms Same Logic Board as iPhone 11 Pro, Bigger Battery, No Signs of Bilateral Charging
Earlier this month Apple released three new iPhones. In true Apple fashion, the company didn’t mention detailed specifications during the event. iFixit has put the iPhone 11 under the knife and has revealed a bunch of important stuff related to the new device.
Following hot on the heels of the teardown of Apple’s MacBook Air (2018), the iFixit crew has gone ahead and carefully pulled apart the newest Mac mini.
iFixit Teardown of New MacBook Air Reveals ‘Straightforward to Access’ Parts, but Repairability Score Remains Low
The fine folks over at iFixit have wrapped up their full teardown of the brand new 13.3-inch MacBook Air with Retina display, revealing all the nuts and bolts (and adhesive) putting together Apple’s newest laptop.
The iPhone XR officially went on sale starting today, October 26. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the crew over at iFixit have started tearing the new colorful iPhone apart (for science!).
Earlier this month, Apple launched a new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, and also introduced a third-generation butterfly keyboard.
The folks over at iFixit have gotten their hands on the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar laptops, so a proper teardown has been handled.
Apple’s latest and greatest tablet, the iPad Pro, officially went on sale today, November 11. Wasting no time, the crew at iFixit have torn the new machine apart. In the name of science, of course.
Magic Trackpad 2, new Magic Keyboard, and Magic Mouse 2 receive the teardown treatment; earn 3 of 10 in repairability score
Three days ago, Apple launched a series of new accessories, all of which improve upon design and functionality from the devices in which they replace.