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Saturday, April 10, 2021
iFixit’s iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown discovers higher-capacity battery, 4GB of RAM

iFixit’s iPhone 11 Pro Max teardown discovers higher-capacity battery, 4GB of...

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The new A13 SoC. iFixit The teardown view of the new three-camera array. iFixit The new, large battery. The full teardown. As has become an annual custom, iFixit tore down the latest iPhone—in this case, the iPhone 11 Pro Max—to see what has changed inside Apple's flagship device. The site found that the phone has…
Teardowns and criteria: All the information about Apple’s most recent 13- inch MacBook Pro

Teardowns and criteria: All the information about Apple’s most recent 13-...

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The 13-inch MacBook Pro with two Thunderbolt 3 ports, torn down. A peek inside. The logic board. The revised keyboard mechanism. As is tradition, repair guide site and parts vendor iFixit tore down the latest Mac to see what's different inside and to assess its repairability. This time it's the new, entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro…
iPad small teardown exposes a Frankenstein of parts from various iPads

iPad small teardown exposes a Frankenstein of parts from various iPads

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Opening up the new iPad mini. The home button is very hard to service or replace, but it must happen to replace the screen, according to iFixit. The microphones have moved to a new location in the device. The logic board in the iPad mini. The full teardown. iFixit has published its teardown of the…
iFixit teardown: Apple’s AirPods are “disappointingly non reusable”

iFixit teardown: Apple’s AirPods are “disappointingly non reusable”

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The OG AirPods and the new ones side by side. The latch is different, and Apple moved the sync button. The earbud, disassembled. Marked in yellow: probably a low-power stereo audio codec, according to iFixit. The red: "Apple 343S00289 (likely Apple's new H1 chip)." Here's the logic board inside the case. Marked in red is…
iFixit take down the Mac mini and MacBook Air

iFixit take down the Mac mini and MacBook Air

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You can easily unscrew and remove the fan after opening the enclosure, revealing the innards. The RAM is enclosed in a metal cage, but this is removable after dealing with four screws. The RAM can be removed and replaced. The logic board of the Mac mini. On schedule as always, iFixit has documented teardowns of…
iFixit’s iPhone XS and XS Max teardown: Like the iPhone X with a couple surprises

iFixit’s iPhone XS and XS Max teardown: Like the iPhone X...

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The iPhone XS has a different battery design than the iPhone XS Max, which has the same design as the iPhone X. Here, the iPhone X stacked on top of the XS and XS Max. Note that there's a new antenna band. Camera components from the iPhone XS and XS Max. One of many shots…

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