Having pried open and disassembled their Series 4 watch, repair experts over at iFixit have also concluded that, once you’re inside, screen replacements are doable while battery replacements are pretty straightforward.
After teasing it over the weekend, iFixit is out with the results of its full teardown of the recently introduced 2018 MacBook Pro. The new laptop is noted for its larger battery, all-new custom T2 chip, and more.
iFixit knows everything about competing to be the first team to look inside the world’s most coveted new phone. Jason Koebler of the Motherboard spent some time with iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens, traveling to Australia on iPhone X launch day and witnessing teardown progress with his own eyes.
“Hey Siri, what’s it going to take to get inside this thing?” Probably something sharp. Following HomePod’s launch in the US, UK and Australia last Friday, repair experts over at iFixit have taken apart their Siri-powered accessory to offer an interesting look at its innards.