To implement their self-repair service, Samsung is teaming up with iFixit, the leading online repair community. This programme adds to Samsung’s ongoing consumer-friendly repair expansions and reaffirms the company’s dedication to providing consumers with sustainable solutions that will enable them to support a more circular economy by prolonging the lives of their devices. Continue reading “Samsung Self-Repair program by iFixit now available starting from the US”
Google had announced a partnership with iFixit to provide repair kits for its Pixel phone series, which includes the Pixel 2 (2017) as well as the current Pixel 6 series, earlier this April. Continue reading “iFixit now offers genuine parts for Google Pixel 2 to Pixel 6 series”
Google has announced a partnership with iFixit to provide repair kits for its Pixel phone series, which includes the Pixel 2 (2017) as well as the current Pixel 6 series. Genuine parts will be sold in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and the European Union nations. iFixit is also working with Samsung on self-repair programs. Continue reading “Google and iFixit to help you repair your Pixel smartphones”
When it comes to providing the best service experience, Samsung is always looking to provide more convenient and accessible solutions for its customers to extend the life of their devices, encourage a recycling industry, and limit the amount of e-waste. Continue reading “Samsung introduces new self-service repair program with iFixit”
iFixit has given the teardown treatment to Google Home, voice activated speaker with Google Assistant that was announced in May this year. According to iFixit, Google Home has internals similar to that of 2015 Chromecast. Continue reading “Google Home iFixit teardown reveals it has Chromecast internals”
The folks over at iFixit have gotten their hands on the latest tablet from Apple, the iPad Pro and they have done a teardown of the device. The teardown has revealed a few interesting facts including the large 10,307 mAH battery powering the device.
Continue reading “Apple iPad Pro teardown reveals 10,307 mAH battery – Scores 3 out of 10 in repairability”
One of the most worrying things these days is damaging your smartphone and the cost of having to fix it after that. Some people prefer to take things into their hands to cut the service costs and replace the parts themselves while others may choose to hand over their device to someone more experienced. In both cases, it helps if the device in question is easy to repair. The Nexus 6P unfortunately doesn’t seem like such a device.
Continue reading “The Nexus 6P is hard to repair – iFixit gives it a 2 out of 10 rating”
It has been a tradition of iFixit, the immensely popular website known for its disassembling and assembling guides, to provide tear down images of Apple products as soon as they are launched. The Apple iPhone 5S is no exception and has received the tear down treatment from the website.
Continue reading “Apple iPhone 5S iFixit tear down details the internals”
Folks over at iFixit got their hands on the new Nokia N8, and you know what’s their job. They torn down the Nokia N8 and they give it 8 out of 10, which means that its easy to tear down the phone. They also said that the placement of the antenna and Xenon flash in Nokia N8 is Continue reading “Nokia N8 torn down !”