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The Mac turns 30 today, and what better way to celebrate than with a good ol’ fashioned autopsy. iFixit proves that can be a lot more fun than it sounds with its classic 128K Macintosh teardown, a beautifully gory history lesson.
Nest managed to do the seemingly impossible with its Protect: it made a smoke detector… exciting. But what lurks within that beautiful shell? Fortunately, iFixit has ripped one wide open to find out.
We’ve already seen what lurks within the new Xbox One, but what about its sidekick the Kinect 2.0? Wonder no longer, because iFixit has ripped the innards out of the clever little camera to see what’s what.
We know it’s light, fast and beautiful already, but we still haven’t seen inside Apple’s new iPad Air. Fortunately, iFixit has had the good grace to rip the thing apart.
Back at WWDC, Apple invited the robotics company Anki on to the stage to show off its connected toy car game, Drive, in which physical toy cars sail around a track while you control them with your iOS device. It was seriously impressive. iFixit got their hands on an Anki Drive set, and, like spoiled children, set about dismantling their new toys.
Microsoft’s second attempt at the Surface Pro has brought plenty of improvements, even if is still on shaky ground. But tearing the thing apart reveals that its shortcomings still extend to its engineering too.
We’re big fans of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HDX, but we’ve been waiting to see exactly what lurks within its sleek frame for a while. Fortunately, iFixit has now stripped it bare, and it’s thumbs up all round — unless you wanna try to repair it.