Copper and liquid are supposed to help out the Note 9 when games run hot. We also learn about stylus hitches and glue, glue, glue inside this new phone.
The updated MacBook Pro does have a slightly different keyboard design. It keeps the Butterfly switches, but adds a little protection from dust.
The alert slider connects to a piston that connects to a soldered button attached to the motherboard. Well, this is already interesting.
If you're curious just how the three Huawei P20 Pro rear-facing cameras were squeezed in a relatively compact footprint, iFixit offers its typical look under the phone's hood.
Samsung's refined and reimagined Galaxy S9+, with its 6GB RAM and dual rear-facing camera, is almost as costly to manufacture as Apple's fancy iPhone X.
Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ are just as hard to repair as their predecessors, using some super-advanced tech to gain dual aperture tricks, but housing no new AR Emoji-enabling hardware.
Apple seems to have employed some seriously unique engineering magic to keep the iPhone X logic board compact and crammed with innovative components.
The leading OEM is teaming up with one of the leading breakdown publications for all sorts of tech products to process old phones into new things.
Not exactly a DIY nightmare, Google's Pixel 2 XL is slightly harder to repair than its predecessor, but also much more innovative in key areas.
Apple's 64GB iPhone 8 Plus predictably costs more to make than an entry-level iPhone 7 Plus, but still less than Samsung's standard Galaxy S8.
It's hard but not impossible to repair the iPhone 8 at home. But it's pretty much impossible to bend it and it's not easy to scratch either.
Zack Nelson, YouTube's JerryRigEverything, took a few tools to the LG V30 and found screws and contacts, not much soldering.
It's probably not a good idea to tear down and try to repair the hot new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the event of anything other than catastrophic damage.
We already knew the battery inside the refurbished Note 7, aka Galaxy Note FE, was smaller than the original cell, but now we have the full picture.
Despite lacking a repairability score, this comprehensive OnePlus 5 teardown is far from encouraging for occasional smartphone handymen.
At an estimated $307.50, Samsung's Galaxy S8 bill of materials, manufacturing costs included, exceeds Apple's iPhone 7 expenses by more than $80.
At least at a first glance, Samsung hasn't done much to ensure Galaxy Note 7's battery woes will not see a repeat on the Galaxy S8 or S8+.
This larger Pixel costs $285.75. That's compared to the regularly-sized version of the iPhone 7 at $225 and the regular Galaxy S7 at $255.
HTC might have manufactured the Google Pixel, but it seems that Google made good on its promise to take control of design. All the way down to the insides.
While Apple's profit margins should remain the largest in the industry, the iPhone 7 bill of materials exceeds that of the 6s.
The Apple Watch Series 2 might be similar on the outside to its predecessor, but it's very different under the hood, with a bigger cell, among others.
In case you still had your doubts, here's iFixit's written and visual confirmation of the 3GB RAM and 2,900mAh battery inside the iPhone 7 Plus.
Just how similar are Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 and S7 Edge deep down? Very, this teardown confirms, also shedding light on the former's sub-par repairability.