Not too long ago now, Apple's newest iMac went on sale. And, as should be expected these days, the crew at iFixit got their hands on one and promptly went to work taking it apart.
Apple's affordable $99 HomePod mini smart speaker has been found to include a secret sensor for measuring room temperature and humidity that the company could potentially activate in the future with a software update to bring new functionality to customers.
Late last year, Apple announced the newest member of the AirPods lineup: AirPods Max. The over-ear headphones are not cheap by any means, but, based on the reviews, the headphones are at least comfortable and sound great. But is the premium design present both inside and out?
Any time a new major electronic hits store shelves, iFixit is quickly tearing it apart. Along the way, the team makes incredibly well documented videos of how all pieces come apart and creates repair videos for the DIY folks in the audience. While recently tearing down the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max devices, iFixit captured high quality internal images and turned them into device sized wallpapers.
Repair experts over at iFixit have now posted their full teardown analysis of Apple's miniature 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini, revealing a few interesting details about the entry-level device.
The iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro went on sale today. As such, the crew at iFixit is starting the teardown process.
The repair experts over at iFixit have torn apart Apple's new MagSafe wireless charger for the iPhone 12 family, revealing an elegant design of the internal components such as the magnets that are arranged in a circular layout within the puck.
Repair experts over at iFixit have torn apart their Apple Watch Series 6 unit to peek what's under the hood. Their teardown analysis confirms that the new wearable device from Apple is equipped with a beefier battery and sports a bigger Taptic Engine, too, among other findings.
Last week the folks over at iFixit got their hands on the new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro and investigated its insides with x-rays. Now they are back at it again with an internal look at the trackpad.
Not too long ago Apple launched a brand new MacBook Air, bringing with it some improvements over the previous model, including an updated keyboard.
The fine folks at iFixit have done a teardown on a brand new 2019 Mac Pro. Their conclusion is that it's "a masterclass in repairability" especially compared to other newer Mac models. Turns out it also doesn't actually grate cheese that well, despite appearances.
The Mac Pro is brand new, very expensive, and certainly not meant for every Mac user out there in the wild. But none of that is going to stop the folks at iFixit from looking under the hood.