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2015-11-13 iFixit takes apart iPad Pro
iFixit has ripped apart the iPad Pro o check its reparability. Thanks to their work, engineers get to freely look at what makes this product sing or suck.
2014-05-02 Google exploits Apple's technology for its Project Tango
An iFixit teardown revealed that the Tango platform equips a 3D imaging chip from Apple-acquired PrimeSense to help execute the 3D motion tracking of Android-based mobile device, bringing to the fore the issue whether Google "beat Apple to the punch with their own technology."
2013-06-26 Xbox 360 E mimics predecessor
Xbox 360 E adopts Xbox One's looks and may have cured Red Ring of Death, says teardown team at iFixit.
2013-11-05 Teardown: iPad Air's A7 faster at 1.4GHz
Early teardowns of the iPad Air from Chipworks and iFixit point to a relatively faster A7 processor and a host of components similar to those found in previous generations.
2012-12-04 Taking apart the latest iMac
This teardown from iFixit showcases the iMac Intel 21.5 inch EMC 2544 which features a thinner case and a quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processor.
2012-11-12 Seeing beneath Microsoft Surface
In this teardown, iFixit has exposed the innards of Microsoft's run at the iPad.
2014-08-04 Oculus Rift DK2 teardown: Weight, repairability matter
The iFixit teardown revealed that the beta version of DK2 has thinner cables, which contributes to make the device lighter. The improved cable management feature, plus the standard Phillips screws, also makes the kit repair-friendly.
2012-03-20 New iPad packs IC design wins
A teardown of Apple Inc.'s latest iPad offering by consumer electronics repair company iFixit Inc. reveals design wins for the tablet.
2013-06-06 iPod Touch 5 teardown shows Apple resting on its laurels
Miroslav Djuric of iFixit notes that apart from the flash memory, the ICs on the 16GB iPod Touch 5's logic board are the same as those found on the 32 and 64GB models.
2013-05-09 HTC One laboriously dismantled
HTC One has some interesting innovations like its aluminium unibody, which required much custom tooling on HTC's part to achieve the perfect fit and finish, iFixit reports.
2015-06-24 A look inside the TomTom GPS Watch
At the Taipei International Computer Show, ARM and iFixit presented a live teardown of the TomTom GPS Watch to see its components and understand some of its features.
2014-12-29 Top 10 technical articles and tutorials of 2014
Here is a compilation of our biggest technical articles for the year 2014. Topping the list is the teardown of iPhone 6 Plus, followed by stories on Bluetooth Low Energy and on PCIe-Ethernet clash.
2011-11-21 TI, Samsung, Hynix fill Kindle Fire's interior
The electronics manufacturers are sure to gain as the tablet is poised to sell as many as five million units in Q4.
2015-04-27 Teardown: Chromecast for your inspection
Suspecting either hardware failure or a flawed automatic firmware update, the author gave up trying to revive his Chromecast and instead put it on top of the teardown pile. Here it is for your inspection.
2013-09-24 Teardown: A7, fingerprint sensor main draws for iPhone 5s
A teardown of the iPhone 5s confirms that along with the fingerprint sensor, the A7 is a major enticement for consumers to pick this unit over the 5c.
2014-09-29 NXP, Avago nab major design wins in iPhone 6
Analogue, MEMS sensors and RF ICs are among the major components that Apple includes in its iPhone 6. Along with the companies already mentioned, InvenSense and Bosch also made Apple's list as accelerator suppliers, but what is an iPhone 6 doing with two of such device?
2012-03-21 Latest iPad trumps iPad 2's BoM
The Retina display represents the centerpiece of the new iPad and is the most obvious enhancement in features compared to previous-generation models.
2016-04-04 iPhone SE teardown reveals perfect mix of old and new parts
The latest components of the smartphone include a power applier module from Skyworks Solutions, a power management IC from TI, and NAND flash from Toshiba.
2014-09-22 iPhone 6 Plus teardown: Lots of hardware in small space
The new iPhone 6 Plus has a host of new technologies packed in a relatively bigger package, including Apple's A8 SoC with 64bit architecture, an easily removable battery and a fingerprint cable that no longer rips off when the case is opened.
2012-03-29 Image gallery: The latest iPad revealed
Here's a teardown analysis of the third generation iPad, including detailed findings on the differences between the A5X processor and the standard A5.
2014-10-20 iMac Teardown: 5K display aside, new Mac identical to 2013's model
The 5K Retina model retains the non-Retina 27in iMac's user-upgradeable RAM, which means that anyone can replace the hard drive and the Intel CPU by cutting the adhesive tape that seals the display to the frame.
2014-06-16 Electronics design wises up to environmental woes
Establishing a circle of cooperation that begins with the designer and ends with the recycler enables OEMs to create products that strike a balance between marketability and sustainability.
2014-03-26 Eco-friendly process drives rare earth recycling
A solvent extraction process to recover rare earth materials helps address the supply-risk problem and prompt design-for-recyclability practices.
2015-11-13 A9: Story of Apple's design ambitions
The A9 is really a story within a story. On a basic level it is a story of a sixth generation AP that is fabricated in a FinFET process. It is also a bigger story of Apple semiconductor design ambitions.
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