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.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max, or any of the other variants for that matter, don't officially go on sale until this Friday, September 20. However, that hasn't stopped a YouTube channel from uploading a teardown of the largest new iPhone.
In July, Apple officially announced a brand new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and now it has received the teardown treatment.
This year’s Mac keyboards were immediately added to Apple's newly expanded keyboard repair program following the speedy 8-core MacBook Pro models that dropped Tuesday.
Just two days after publishing its analysis of Samsung's much-hyped foldable smartphone, revered teardown experts over at iFixit have inexplicably bowed to pressure from the South Korean company which requested that the teardown be pulled from the iFixit website.
iDB yesterday ran a story detailing Samsung's screen woes that forced it to delay the planned launch of its first foldable smartphone until further notice and now teardown specialists over at iFixit have taken matters into their own hands, having pried open the Galaxy Fold in search of a possible design flaw that might be causing these embarrassing screen failures.
A teardown analysis of the new iPad mini performed by iFixit has found some expected features, such as Apple's newest A12 Bionic chip paired with three gigabytes of RAM, along with some surprises like True Tone sensors and a different type of battery connector.
After two years of the original AirPods, you would think that the second-generation model would be a lot easier to service whereas in fact the new Apple earbuds are some of the most disposable products that the repair wizards over at iFixit have ever seen.
That was quick. The first iPhone XR teardown video has arrived online. It arrives just hours after the device launched in 50 countries and territories around the world. Not surprising, the inside of the device looks a lot like what was found on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max last month when those phones were released.
Repair masters at iFixit earlier this morning published their detailed teardown analysis of a larger 44mm, cellular-equipped edition of the new Apple Watch Series 4 (model A2008).