This year Microsoft took a huge leap in terms of internal design which helped Surface Pro X and Surface Laptop 3 score better on iFixit’s repairability scale. Traditionally, Surface devices used to be the least repairable devices on the market but things changed with Surface Pro X and Laptop 3.
Last week, Apple announced the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max and iFixit jumped the gun and bought one to ensure users have repair guides available in case they drop your phone outside the Apple Store. iFixit noted several points during their 30-minute long live
iFixit has been tearing down Microsoft’s current generation of recently announced Surface hardware, and after awarding the Surface Pro 6 only one point, they went one step further and awarded the Surface Laptop 2 a round 0 points. The score is based on the following issues: Opening the device is still
Yesterday MacRumors and Motherboard reported on Apple service documents that indicated anyone replacing key parts on computers equipped with its custom T2 chip would require special diagnostic software to finish the job. While Apple has not commented on the leaks itself, the DIY repair folks at iFixit tested out the possibility by buying a brand-new 2018