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iPhone 6s teardown confirms smaller 1,715mAh battery, heftier display

The folks at iFixit have confirmed that the iPhone 6s features a 1,715mAh battery, likely the result of the introduction of the Taptic Engine and a thicker display.

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38mm Apple Watch Sport teardown finds 205mAh battery, Taptic Engine and Apple S1 CPU

The folks at iFixit have dismantled an Apple Watch to find out the exact nature of the hardware that makes the smartwatch tick.

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MacBook gets torn down, layout found to be closer to iPad than Mac

The MacBook teardown found that Apple's latest laptop shares a layout closer to an iPad than to a Mac.

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iPhone 6 get the teardown treatment like its big brother

On Thursday night, iFixit tore down the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus and now the same team has put the same treatment to its smaller brother, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.

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The difference between an Apple-made iPad charger and a cheap knock-off

The difference between an Apple-made iPad charger and a cheap knock-off may seem obvious β€” price. One is almost $20 and the other just $3. What's not so obvious is what's inside the chargers that make for that difference in price. Part of it is Apple's profit margins, no doubt, which included research and development into making the original charger. But it also includes far more and far safer components, and far, far more care.

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First iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c teardown

The first iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c teardowns are underway over in Australia. The guys over at iExperts have managed to get their hands on both models and torn them down side by side.

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New MacBook Air 13-inch teardown reveals larger battery and smaller SSD

Unveiling the new line of Haswell powered MacBook Air's at WWDC 2013, Apple touted some really impressive battery life, and in part at least, some of that may be down to a larger battery. The folks at iFixit got hold of a new 13-inch Air and did their thing on it, and revealed a couple of interesting facts about what lies inside.

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iFixit tears apart new 16GB iPod touch, finds iPod parts inside

Those teardown fanatics at iFixit have been at it again, this time with the new 16GB iPod touch. Since the new one is virtually identical to the current 5th generation device, you wouldn't expect there to be much in the way of internal differences. And, you'd be right.

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The new Mac mini is not only upgradeable, but easily repairable too

The new Mac mini has received its own teardown courtesty of iFixIt and reveals that it is the most repairable and upgradeable device Apple has released in quite a while. Adding another drive or upgrading the RAM is a super easy task causing the Mac mini to earn an 8 out of 10 repairability score. Not bad at all.

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13" retina MacBook Pro gets the customary teardown treatment

It didn't take long for the guys over at iFixIt to get their hands on the new 13" retina MacBook Pro and give it their typical teardown treatment. While it's slightly more recyclable and repairable than it's 15" counterpart, it still only achieved a 2 out of 10 repairability score from the folks over at iFixIt.

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