With the recent slew of Apple products, comes the expected teardowns from iFixit who kindly give us a peek into what makes up the products many covet. This time around they have gotten their hands on the iPad 4. The iPad 4 or...Read More
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A day before its launch, iFixit has once again managed to get a hold of the latest Apple iDevice and give it the teardown treatment. Surprisingly, and useful for all of us, Apple has made this iPad more user serviceable than...Read More
The surface with Windows RT has finally become available and has turned out to be one solidly built device. iFixit lets us have a look into what makes the Surface and its VaporMg material into an iPad-like quality experience....Read More
iFixit it has yet again taken the time to graciously show us how Apple has assembled it’s latest MacBook Pro 13 inch with Retina Display. Just like previous MacBook Pro’s you can easily remove the bottom, but this...Read More
The iPhone 5 has just released in Australia and iFixit has flown all the way down under to show us their obsession with taking things apart. So far the iPhone 5 is much easier to replace a cracked screen on than the 4s....Read More
iFixit recently took a look at the innards of the new MacBook Pro Retina. While it gave a thorough overview of what powers the new MacBook Pro, they did not disassemble the new Retina display during their initial tear down....Read More
The iPad 2 just came out here an hour and-a-half ago and iFixit has begun to tear into Apple’s latest tablet to bring us all the goodness found inside. While the tear-down is not yet complete, iFixit has been kind enough...Read More
Most of you know the Palm Pre launched today and is available to the few who happened to get to the stores this morning. Rapid Repair has already taken their Pre apart to show us the insides and provide instruction should your Pre need repair out of warranty. If you want to see the rest of the tear down head over to the Rapid Repair site and see all the high res images for yourself. They also note that the components inside amount to $170.02 give or take a few cents. Although this is not a definite figure, it gives us an idea and is right in the ballpark of the iPhone for which it competes.
It has only been one day and iFixit has already recieved and torn apart the new talking iPod Shuffle. While there is not a whole lot to see in the way of sheer part numbers, it gives us an look into the intricate packaging that the people over at Apple make their passion. See the pictures below and head over to iFixit if you want to see the rest.