Posts Tagged ‘iFixit’

Apple recently refreshed the 13-inch MacBook Pro and the folks at iFixit have been able to get their hands on one. They then did what they do best and took it apart. Here are the details.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Fold was sent to reviewers ahead of its public release only for most devices to suffer display issues. The phone has now been delayed, and popular repair site iFixit has now removed its own tear down of the phone, too.

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Here’s a chance to take a peek inside your iPhone X using wallpapers that turns it into a transparent glass slab and proudly display the phone’s internals. Download them here.

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There is a certain order of things whenever a new piece of technology is released. There’s the big, flashy announcement event with lots of press, some music and a few over-excited executives. There’s the first reviews. Finally, there’s the teardown of the poor thing by the people at iFixit, laying the new tablet, smartphone or whatever bare for all to see. It’s a strangely voyeuristic thing, and we love it.

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Unless you’ve been hiding away for the last week or so, you will have caught the coverage of the upcoming iPad 3’s Retina display – all-but confirmed thanks to a discovery of the new and improved part by MacRumors.

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