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iFixit:
iPad Mini Teardown   —  Trick-or-Treat!  While making our yearly October 31st rounds, we came across something interesting: a brand new iPad Mini!  All hopped up on sugar, we eagerly tore into Apple's first small tablet.  Smaller than an iPad, larger than an iPod, and able to leap tall buildings …
Nov 1, 2012, 8:35 AMIn context
iFixit:
Microsoft Surface Teardown   —  We got our hands on Microsoft's new Surface, and to its credit, it lasted a good twenty minutes before we decided to tear it open.  EditStep 1 — Microsoft Surface Teardown Is that the display assembly from a PC laptop?  Nope, it's the new Microsoft Surface …
Oct 29, 2012, 9:40 AMIn context
iFixit:
Mac Mini Late 2012 Teardown   —  Apple is shrinking!  No, not in the AAPL stock way (that's high as ever), but in the 'Let's name everything Mini' way.  Along with the announcement of the iPad Mini on October 23rd (teardown coming soon; we promise) came the new and improved Mac Mini …
Oct 26, 2012, 4:25 PMIn context
iFixit:
MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012 Teardown   —  Apple just expanded their Retina family.  The newest bundle of joy: a 13" MacBook Pro with Retina display.  It's small, it's sleek, and all those pixels are pretty darn snazzy.  What goes best with a new gadget?  Yep, you guessed it: kittens.
Oct 25, 2012, 9:00 AMIn context
iFixit:
iPod Nano 7th Generation Teardown   —  Prepare to be green with envy as we tear down the new 7th Generation iPod Nano.  EditStep 1 — iPod Nano 7th Generation Teardown What's lean, new, and green?  The iPod Nano 7th Generation.  The Nano is available in several colors, but we decided green was the way to go.
Oct 16, 2012, 3:01 PMIn context
iFixit:
iPod Touch 5th Generation Teardown   —  We got our hands on Apple's new iPod Touch.  First thing we do: get inside to see just how much “funner” the new generation is compared to the older generations.  Join us for all the fun to come by following iFixit on Twitter or friending us on Facebook.
Oct 11, 2012, 9:15 AMIn context
iFixit:
Apple A6 Teardown   —  Geeks rejoice!  We have partnered with Chipworks for a double-the-geeks, double-the-fun teardown of Apple's new A6 Processor.  The A6 is rumored to make use of two custom 1 GHz CPUs running the ARMv7s instruction set.  Along our journey into the A6 …
Sep 25, 2012, 11:40 AMIn context
iFixit:
iPhone 5 Teardown   —  Behold, the sixth generation of iPhone!  We shall call it...iPhone 5!  Buckle down for the iPhone 5 teardown: the biggest thing to happen to teardowns since teardowns.  Follow us on Twitter for all the latest teardown shenanigans, or go on that Facebook thing to keep up with iFixit news.
Sep 20, 2012, 7:35 PMIn context
iFixit:
Apple EarPods Teardown   —  After three years of research and development, Apple has released the newest version of their popular headphones, now dubbed “EarPods.”  Join us as we crack these pods open and take a look at what three years of R & D can accomplish.  Love all of these gadget teardowns?
Sep 18, 2012, 3:10 PMIn context
iFixit:
Kindle Fire HD Teardown   —  The Kindle Fire HD has landed on the doorstep of iFixit.  Naturally, we've embarked on the epic voyage of exploring the electronic innards of the Kindle Fire HD.  What will we find?  Follow along as we methodically break down each component.
Sep 17, 2012, 9:50 AMIn context

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