You can replace RAM and processors in new iMacs, but there's a catch
You'll just have to void your warranty and rip the screen off to get to them.
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iFixit teardown reveals what's inside a Nintendo Switch
That shiny metal shielding helps keep everything cool.
Apple's tiny, totally wireless AirPods get meticulously torn down
All this work for things you'll jam in your ears and forget about.
12 gifts for tireless tinkerers
Whether they need a soldering iron, a bunch of screwdrivers or new DIY project we've got you covered.
The new MacBook Pro is more appliance than PC
It's a very efficient design, but don't even think of replacing the power button or SSD.
Google Home teardown confirms two mics and Chromecast's chips
iFixit had to dig through some super sticky adhesive to open this one.
Google Pixel XL's modular components can be easily replaced
But its display assembly is badly put together.
iPhone 7 Plus teardown reveals bigger Taptic Engine (update)
It also has a replaceable home button.