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.
The new iPhone SE has landed on store shelves today, and you'd be forgiven for easily mistaking it for the iPhone 8 because the two devices share virtually indistinguishable chassis. On the inside, they're nearly identical as well, sharing the same display and many other internal components. While we await until wizards over at iFixit report findings of their teardown analysis of the new iPhone SE, one Apple fan has now posted an interesting teardown video which compares the insides of the new iPhone SE with the iPhone 8, which launched in 2017.
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.
Remember last week when the iFixit team started their teardown treatment of the brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro, aiming primarily on the new keyboard? Well they did that, and now the process is done and published.
Not too long ago Apple officially announced the new 16-inch MacBook Pro. It features a slightly larger display, a new Magic Keyboard, and a new thermal design. So obviously some people want to see how it all looks and works under the hood.
With September on the way out, the news cycle started to quiet down. But that doesn't mean it was silent. So here's a quick rundown of the past week's shenanigans.
It's that time of year again when Apple launches new hardware and iFixit promptly tears them down to peek under the hood.
Earlier this week, iFixit tore down the Apple Watch Series 5's 44mm variant. The results showed a design very similar to the equivalent Series 4 from last year, with only minor changes. Turns out that the 40mm Series 5 is where the real action is.
First, the iPhone 11 Pro got the teardown treatment from the folks at iFixit. Next, the iPhone 11. And now its time for the Apple Watch Series 5 to go under the (precision) knife.
iFixit has already taken apart the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Now the team has turned its attention on the other new iPhone model this year, the iPhone 11.
Before Apple announced the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, there were rumors that the new handsets would support "bilateral charging", or reverse wireless charging.