Is there nothing that the folks at iFixit haven’t taken apart yet? Did someone say the iPad 2? You couldn’t be more wrong. The iPad 2 hasn’t even been made available for purchase in retail outlets at this time of writing, and the iFixit gang has already gotten their mittens on Apple’s latest iOS device. Through the tear down they discovered that the tablet carries a slightly larger battery than before, and besides the hard to remove front display panel, the device seems pretty easy to take apart. Well, if you find a problem with your iPad 2 (like a bug under the screen or something along those lines) you can head over to iFixit to find out how to take your tablet apart.
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