Saturday, 25 April 2015

Getting a Look Inside The Apple Watch With iFixit's Teardown

iFixit carefully took apart an Apple Watch, revealing what's inside and how repairable it is in this video.



An open source site dedicated to guides on how to fix consumer technology, iFixit recently took apart an Apple Watch piece by piece. The conclusions are not surprising, it's reasonably easy to remove the screen and battery, but little else can be repaired at home. Lots of adhesive is used to keep it all together, while the buttons have rubber gaskets which means the Apple Watch is water resistant. And the Arm Cortex M3 chip for the touch screen is made in Singapore.