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Transparent rear glass panel for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S

11/29/2011, iFixit has torn apart so many handsets and tablets in the past, that it makes perfect sense for them to select a transparent rear glass panel so that you can view all the innards of your device without having to worry taking the device apart. Currently,...

NOOK Tablet gets the teardown treatment

11/21/2011, Like every other electronic device that gets sold in stores, the folks over at iFixit will have their way with it, and it looks like the Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet is the latest one to be put under the knife. There’s nothing too exciting to...

Amazon Kindle Fire is easy to fix

11/15/2011, I guess in another alternate timeline, the folks over at iFixit will most probably make up one of the most efficient pit crew in racing – after all, they certainly did not lose any time to take the Kindle Fire apart so soon after it was released....

iPhone 4S teardown video

10/13/2011, We brought you news of the iFixit team tearing down the iPhone 4S and confirming that there is 512MB RAM inside that hails from the hallowed halls of Samsung, but what we have after the jump would be the entire video of the teardown process that weighs in...

iFixit confirms iPhone 4S has 512MB RAM

10/13/2011, Before the iPhone 4S was officially announced, there were several rumors circulating that the iPhone 4S would come with 512MB of RAM. Later on there were reports that it would instead feature 1GB of RAM. Neither was really shocking, although some were...

Motorola Droid Bionic receives teardown

09/09/2011, Whenever a new gadget is released, like clockwork, you can expect the iFixit gang to get their paws on it for their trademark disassemblies. This time it’s Motorola’s long-awaited Android superphone – the DROID Bionic. As usual, iFixit...

New Mac mini torn apart by iFixit

07/22/2011, Everyone knows just what a great quarter it has been for Apple, and a slew of releases such as the new Mac mini has certainly raised a whole lot of attention in the process. Well, trust the good people over at iFixit to actually grab hold of one of these...

Updated MacBook Air receives teardown

07/22/2011, The brand new MacBook Air has been out only a day, and unsurprisingly the folks over at iFixit have already gotten their hands on one and have given it the teardown treatment we’ve come to expect. After all, they did it with the previous MacBook Air...

Motorola Droid 3 torn apart

07/19/2011, For those who have just picked up the third iteration of the Motorola Droid, you might be wondering just what kind of engineering madness or genius has been introduced inside? Well, trust the good people over at iFixit to grab one of these puppies and...

Apple iMac gets the teardown

05/04/2011,   And just like clockwork, in less than 24 hours after the new iMac was released, the folks over at iFixit have gotten their hands on the all-in-one computer and take it apart. While there’s nothing out of the ordinary inside the iMac (no,...

BlackBerry PlayBook gets taken apart

04/19/2011, The PlayBook only went on sale earlier today, but the folks over at iFixit wasted no time in getting their hands on one and having a go at disassembling the QNX tablet from RIM. While there’s nothing extremely interesting about this tablet’s...

Binary Chairs by BRC Designs

04/16/2011, When we published about the Binary Low Table, we wished to see a similar design applied to a sofa – although we thought that our rear end would probably not be too appreciative of that “effort” – it looks like BRC designs has fulfilled our wish...

iFixit tear down the iPad 2

03/11/2011, 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...

Verizon iPhone 4 subjected to a teardown

02/10/2011, The folks at iFixit have done it again. This time they’ve managed to take apart the Verizon iPhone 4 for our viewing pleasure, and it turns out that nothing much was changed from the original GSM iPhone 4 to this CDMA variant. The major differences...