ARM Holding has already given a preview of the innards of the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live, but now it's the turn of the folks over at iFixit to give these devices some teardown love. And based on their meticulous process
The latest iFixit smartphone teardown has been shared. The OnePlus One was the subject this time around and we are seeing a device that was given a repairability score of 5 out of 10 and described as having a "fairly modular"
Google's Project Tango has become the subject of the latest iFixit teardown. We like seeing these teardowns as they generally offer a view that most users will never get to see -- the inner guts. But in the case of Project Tango
IHS, which has performed similar teardowns of other smartphones for the same purpose, will be publishing a paper later today that shows just how much went into making the Samsung Galaxy S5. According to the research firm, the
Tearing open a smartphone or tablet seems so easy, now that iFixit has ripped open the Gear Fit from Samsung. The tiny wearable got the teardown treatment, where we find it empty, and void of parts to make it work like a smart
The folks at iFixit are back with another device teardown. This latest is for the Samsung Galaxy S5, a device we are currently taking a look at ourselves. Except in our case, we certainly aren't going to be cracking it open. That
We've seen a few device teardowns from iFixit in recent weeks. They provided a look inside the HTC One (M8) back in late-March, and then the Amazon Fire TV teardown arrived earlier this month. The latest, which is for the Samsung
The Amazon Fire TV was announced earlier this week and the folks at iFixit have returned with another teardown. They gave the set-top box a score of 6 out of 10 in terms of repairability, however we suspect there will not be many
Samsung has been boasting about the IP67 rating of its Galaxy S5 flagship. Aside from the obvious water and dust proof features, nowhere is this property of the device more felt than in this teardown that took well over an hour.
As we often see following major device announcements, the iFixit crew comes in with a teardown. Having said that, the latest has been shared, and yes, this one is giving everyone a look at the insides of the newly announced HTC