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iFixit:
Galaxy S9+ teardown: two blades for changing aperture versus the usual five on normal cameras; battery, iris scanner, front cam are basically unchanged from S8+   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  While phone makers and operating system developers of dubious numeracy skip straight …
Mar 13, 2018, 4:30 AMIn context
iFixit:
Teardown finds HomePod has great build quality, but a saw is needed to open the device; some parts, including the fabric mesh, can be easily removed   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  Apple's beloved voice assistant is back again, this time in more of a Mac Pro wearing a jacket.
Feb 12, 2018, 6:55 PMIn context
iFixit:
iMac Pro teardown: RAM, dual SSDs, CPU are modular, but GPU is soldered in place and many key components aren't accessible, earning a 3/10 repairability score   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  We dropped $4,999 to get our hands on the hot new space gray Magic Mouse …
Jan 2, 2018, 5:10 PMIn context
iFixit:
iPhone X teardown reveals TrueDepth camera system, stacked logic board with 3GB RAM, L-shaped dual-cell 2,716mAh battery, and Qi-based inductive charging coil   —  Ten years ago, Apple introduced the very first iPhone, and changed the world.  Today, we're taking apart Apple's 18th iteration …
Nov 3, 2017, 8:20 AMIn context
iFixit:
Apple Watch Series 3 shows little change from Series 2 Watch, with some redesigning to house LTE, and 1.07 watt-hour battery, up from 1.03 in Series 2 Watch   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  The Apple Watch is one step closer to a super spy accessory with its Series 3 capable of making phone calls.
Sep 26, 2017, 8:15 AMIn context
iFixit:
Microsoft Surface Studio teardown: 32-bit ARM chip, easy-to-open base, removable hard drive, but RAM, CPU, GPU are soldered to the board and can't be replaced   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  Good news, everyone!  Microsoft made their first desktop ever.
Nov 29, 2016, 6:30 PMIn context
iFixit:
Google Home teardown: standard connectors and screws, mostly modular components, minimal moving parts, similar internals to Chromecast, and easy to repair   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  Google is looking to bring the robot assistants of the future to the world today.
Nov 7, 2016, 9:55 PMIn context
iFixit:
Google Pixel XL teardown reveals little HTC branding, a 6/10 repairability score due to fragile screen, but most components are modular and easy to replace   —  Tools Featured in this Teardown  —  Introduction  —  Today marks our first ever teardown of a phone designed entirely by Google: the Pixel XL.
Oct 24, 2016, 7:55 PMIn context
iFixit:
Xbox One S teardown reveals upgraded hard drive and integrated power supply with device receiving a repairability score of 8/10   —  Teardown  —  Teardowns provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions.  —  Featured Guide
Aug 4, 2016, 4:15 PMIn context
iFixit:
HTC Vive teardown: Components compare favorably to Oculus Rift; 8/10 repairability score; controller design very reminiscent of the Steam Controller   —  HTC Vive Teardown … Teardown  —  Teardowns provide a look inside a device and should not be used as disassembly instructions.  —  Featured Guide
Apr 26, 2016, 6:25 PMIn context

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