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Nexus 5 given the teardown treatment, scores 8 out of 10 in repairability

iFixit found that the Nexus 5 is highly repairable thanks to its modular design, which makes it easy to replace just the faulty components, and repair-friendly assembly methods, ...
by Bogdan PetrovanNovember 5, 20135

What are the most and the least repairable phones according to iFixit?

iFixit has put together a leaderboard of the devices that it torn down over the years, sorted by their reparability score. We take a look at the top and bottom performers.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 27, 20138

Moto X costs $221 to build, teardown apparently reveals

The Moto X costs $221 to build, a new teardown apparently reveals, although the number is not confirmed by Motorola.
by Chris SmithAugust 27, 201322

Nvidia Shield torn to pieces, iFixit style

iFixit notes that the handheld console appears to be solid and well built, which is great news for any device designed to be used on the go.
by Bogdan PetrovanAugust 1, 20134

Nexus 7 (2013) goes through teardown: it’s moderately repairable

The hardware experts at iFixit tore the new Nexus 7 to pieces to show the world what’s inside. While the teardown revealed no surprises, the device scored a moderately good ...
by Bogdan PetrovanJuly 27, 20134

Chromecast teardown reveals a simple, easy to disassemble device

The Chromecast has been torn down and the insides were actually surprising. The device contains no complicated parts at all and is really simple underneath.
by Joe HindyJuly 27, 20134

Google Glass teardown reveals that the device is powered by a 570mAh battery

Star Simpson and Scott Torborg have taken apart Google Glass in an attempt to find out how it all works. But perhaps the most interesting revelation was that the device runs on just a ...
by Robert TriggsJune 12, 20135

Galaxy S4 as easy to repair as Galaxy S3, iFixit teardown reveals

The "official" iFixit Galaxy S4 teardown has been completed, revealing the handset is as easy to repair as the Galaxy S3.
by Chris SmithApril 26, 20132

iFixit pries open HTC One to reveal its aluminum unibody

There are those that like using smartphones and there are those that like taking them apart! The iFixit team falls into the latter category and this time they have the HTC One in their ...
by Gary SimsMarch 29, 201310

“Badass” Sony engineer tears down the Sony Xperia Tablet Z [video]

The Sony Xperia Tablet Z was given the teardown treatment, at the hands of a "badass" Sony engineer, no less.
by Ankit BanerjeeMarch 22, 20133
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