OnePlus 6T Teardown Gives Us a Better Look at That In-Screen Camera

One of the best bits about a new phone release is waiting for the inevitable teardown video, in which someone with more money than us takes it to pieces and shows us the innards. Read More >>

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Here’s What’s Actually Going on Inside Your Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is essentially a hybrid console meant to bridge the gap between portable handhelds like the Game Boy and traditional systems like the Nintendo Wii. The problem, however, is that it’s severely underpowered and basically works like a glorified tablet. Now, thanks to a new teardown, we have better understanding of exactly how it works and how it was built. Read More >>

This Is How Nike’s Self-Lacing Trainers Actually Work

When Nike released its self-lacing HyperAdapt 1.0 trainers last year, people went crazy for them, even with their outrageous £600 price tag. But does anyone actually understand how they work? Read More >>

What’s Inside the HTC Vive?

The HTC Vive is a wonderful—if flawed — piece of VR hardware. Now iFixit has shown us exactly what lurks inside it. Read More >>

LG G5 Teardown Reveals Easily Replaceable Components

It’s been a busy week for dual-camera smartphones, with Superman himself helping Huawei launch the P9 only yesterday. Now, just ahead of its release, the LG G5 has had the X-ray treatment -- okay, someone attacked it with a bunch of tools -- and we’ve all ogled its inside bits. Read More >>

iPad Pro 9.7 Teardown: This Thing is Very, Very Full

The new small iPad Pro was announced last month and now iFixit has taken a look inside. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this thing is full to the brim with components. Read More >>

iPad Pro Teardown: Big Screen Doesn’t Mean Easy to Repair

As is tradition with new gadgets, the cruel folks at iFixit have torn the iPad Pro from limb to limb for our entertainment and education. Read More >>

iPhone 6S Plus Teardown: Bigger, Heavier, Slightly Smaller Battery

We’ve already seen inside the iPhone 6, and now iFixit has torn apart its larger sibling, too. This is what lurks within the iPhone 6 Plus. Read More >>

iPhone 6S Teardown: Smaller Battery, Heavier Display, Kinda Repairable

With the arrival of the iPhone 6S in eager hands around the world today, iFixit has already torn the new phone apart. Here’s what’s inside. Read More >>

There’s Already an iPhone 6s Teardown

The iPhone 6S won't be available for another hour or so (when the Apple Stores open), but it's already been out in Australia for a few hours. Let the iFestivities begin. Read More >>

An Inside Look at the New MacBook’s Weird-Ass Slim Battery

The new MacBook has all kinds of tricks up its sleeve, from a new keyboard to a force feedback trackpad, and of course a lovely new hi-res screen. But maybe the coolest new feature is deep on the inside; terraced batteries that can put more power in a thinner package. Read More >>

Samsung Galaxy Alpha Teardown: Lots of Glue Makes for Tricky Repairs

The master dis-assemblers at iFixit have applied their expertise at turning gadgets into piles of raw components to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. And while not chock full of surprises, the lack of an official waterproof IP67 rating (like the Galaxy S5 boasts) didn't stop Samsung from being generous with the glue, which makes repairing the Galaxy Alpha a bit more challenging. Read More >>

Moto 360 Teardown: Battery Not as Advertised

More than any other gadget (yes, even smartphones), battery life for smartwatches are a huge selling point. Instead of being just another gadget tethered to another cord or charging dock, a longer battery life means more convenience for a wearable that for the past century never really required charging. Read More >>

New Oculus Rift Teardown: This Thing Pushes its Guts to the Max

The new Oculus Rift, codenamed Crystal Cove, may only be for developers—but it is oh-my-god good. Now, iFixit has ripped it apart so we can see what powers it. Read More >>

The Fire Phone’s So Pricey Because it Costs Amazon Loads to Build

We wanted Amazon's Fire Phone, recently released in the US but not available in the UK yet, to be many things, but most importantly, we wanted it to be (relatively) cheap like all Amazon hardware. So when Jeff Bezos announced the Fire Phone's $650 US price tag ($200 on contract), there was some definite sticker shock. Read More >>