The Nexus 6P is not an easy phone to repair, according to iFixit. The site gave the device a score of 2 out of 10 for repairability after tearing it apart and seeing what’s inside. Hint: it’s a lot of glue.
To remove the screws holding the metal body together you have to remove pieces ... Read More »
It’s important for your devices to last you at least one day of use. You don’t want to be carrying around a useless device just because the battery ran out. That’s why there’s so much focus on the battery size in the current crop of Android Wear watches. The Gear Live has a 300 mAh ... Read More »
iFixit has performed one of its usual teardowns on an unusual device, Google’s prototype Project Tango tablet. Project Tango is Google’s initiative to create a device that uses 3D mapping to render the world around you in software. As such, there’s some pretty interesting hardware inside the Project ... Read More »
The first two Android Wear devices, the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch, have just received a customary teardown by iFixit. Shockingly, iFixit found that while both devices are indeed small, they’re fairly easy to repair. The G Watch, in particular, was a breeze to take apart, earning a 9/10 in terms of being ... Read More »
HTC went to great pains during the launch event to talk up the durable aluminum construction of the HTC One M8 and iFixit has confirmed that assertion after taking the device under its knife (and all of the other tools it uses to eviscerate shiny new gadgets).
The HTC One M8 actually doubled the score ... Read More »
Many of you have probably purchased one of the (literally) most awaited devices in the history of Android. After being announced at CES, the Motorola Droid Bionic took over 8 months to be released. It went through its fair share of delays and revamps/upgrades and now it’s in your safe hands. Of course, ... Read More »