Creepy Teardown Reveals What’s Inside a Robot Designed to Spy on Nature

In an effort to capture never-before-seen footage of animals in their natural habitats, the BBC’s Spy in the Wild series created robotic versions of meerkats, monkeys, and other creatures designed to blend in with their real-life counterparts. The robots are remarkably lifelike, until you remove all of their fur and reveal their inner workings. Read More >>

What the iPhone 7 Gained By Losing the Headphone Jack

The cool people at iFixit have torn apart the new iPhone 7 Plus. As expected, there are a lot of new changes, like the new camera system, waterproofing, and, of course, the death of the headphone jack. Read More >>

Amazon Echo Teardown: A Dark Tower of Voice Control

Amazon's Echo speaker promises to make your life better by being a Siri for your kitchen, an always-listening assistant you can ask for help when your hands are covered in batter. The folks at iFixit got one, and naturally started ripping it apart. Once you dive in, it looks like spare parts for the Death Star. Read More >>

Nexus 6 Teardown: A Big Beast Full of Beautiful Guts 

The Nexus 6 is Google's new (and wonderful) behemoth flagship, so of course the folks at iFixit took the first opportunity to vivisect it for your pleasure. Inside that big, beautiful body is plenty of room for the requisite guts: a big battery, bigger brains, and even a secret LED. Read More >>

Kindle Voyage Teardown: A Justifiably Expensive E-Reader

For those who prefer the finer things in life, Amazon's Kindle Voyage provides a luxurious e-reading experience with a steep £169 price tag—if you also want wireless connectivity. But that didn't stop the folks at iFixit from immediately tearing it asunder once they got their hands on one. If you think the Voyage is pretty on the outside, you'll definitely enjoy its electronic eye candy on the inside. Read More >>

Nexus 9 Teardown: You’ll be Sniffing Glue Trying to Fix It

Despite looking great on paper, Google's new "premium" Nexus 9 tablet proved to be a little underwhelming in the hand. It's a feeling that extends to the way the tablet has been built, with the iFixit teardown team revealing some disappointing results from its latest gadget-dismantling session. Read More >>

iPad Air 2 Teardown: Slimmer Body, Smaller Battery

The iPad Air 2 is probably most impressive for its design. The original was super slim, and Apple has somehow managed to make the new iteration even thinner. But as iFixit's teardown of the new tablet reveals, that hot design comes with a smaller battery. Read More >>

Mac Mini 2014 Teardown: Minor Tweaks and Major Upgrade Headaches

We're glad to know that the Mac Mini is back — but has it changed much inside? Fortunately, iFixit has torn the sucker apart to find out what lurks within. Read More >>

Project Tango Tablet Teardown: Everything You Need for Handheld 3D

Google's Project Tango tablet is an amazing bit of hardware that made us finally realise that computer vision could be useful for regular people, too. So now that iFixit has ripped one apart, we're pretty excited to see what lurks within it. Read More >>

Amazon Fire Phone Teardown: So Many Cameras in Such a Small Space

The Amazon Fire Phone's tricks are pretty sophisticated, even if they're never really put to good use. And its innards are complicated to match, according to a teardown by iFixit. But damned if they aren't pretty to look at. Read More >>

Android Wear Smartwatch Teardowns: Good Guts, Small Packages

Android Wear devices are finally out in the wild, and while we're all still waiting on the Moto 360, the Samsung and the LG ain't bad. The folks at iFixit tore them apart to see what's underneath the surface, and what they found was mostly what you'd expect. With one exception. Read More >>

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Teardown: If This Thing Breaks, You’re Screwed

Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 might be the greatest laptop-tablet hybrid that you don't really need, but what exactly lurks inside it? Fortunately, iFixit has torn the thing apart so we don't need to wonder any longer. Read More >>

Teardown of the LG G3 Shows it’s Actually Pretty Easy to Fix

We've seen many teardowns of new tech in the past, and more recently devices seemed to have been getting more and more awkward to fix. Fortunately, LG's recently unveiled G3 is not one of those devices. In fact it's surprising how easy it is to fix. Read More >>

Project Tango Teardown: Google’s Crazy Camera System (Oh, and a Phone)

Google's Project Tango isn't coming to stores near you any time soon. You wouldn't even know what to do with it if it did. Still, the folks at iFixit got their hands on one and tore it apart. What's inside? Mostly a tonne of crazy cameras, with a phone almost as an afterthought. Read More >>

Samsung Gear Fit Teardown: A Tiny Little Marvel

Whatever you can say about the Gear Fit, or wearables in general, it's an attractive little piece of hardware. As this teardown from iFixit shows, that beauty's not just skin deep. Read More >>