The entire teardown isn't complete yet, but iFixit has shared a short video that tears apart a new 12.9" M1 iPad Pro to show how Apple is using Mini LED technology to power the flagship iPad's XDR display.
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Despite it being easier to access and there being relatively modular components, the inability to change the internal storage and memory inside the new M1-powered iMac keeps its repairability score low.
Roger and Aaron tear down a Canon RF 100-500mm F4.7-7.1 lens to get to the bottom of a cracked element hidden somewhere inside.
With new iPhone models comes new iFixit teardowns. iFixit has taken apart the iPhone 12 Pro Max and found some interesting details and gotten a look at the iPhone 12 Pro Max's internals, including its new camera technology.
Repair site iFixit is hosting a live iPhone 12 teardown on its YouTube channel to see what tech Apple has managed to pack inside one of its latest smartphones.
After tearing down the Canon EOS R5, the team at Lensrentals wanted to do further investigation of the camera and test how the camera heats up during 8K video recording. These are their findings.
Lensrentals has disassembled a Canon EOS R5 camera to see what has changed in the design and construction since the launch of the EOS R in 2018. The R5 incorporates IBIS, which changes the design inside the camera. Further, the R5 has interesting tricks up its sleeve with respect to sealing and heat flow.
Pro tip: If you aren't careful when using your $10K GFX 100 inside a waterproof housing, you're going to have a bad time (or the rental house you're borrowing will have a bad time).
Roger and Aaron of Lensrentals have shared their latest teardown; a careful disassembly of Nikon's Nikkor AF-S 120-300mm F2.8 FL ED SR VR lens.
Samsung went all-in on the camera array inside its flagship smartphone and iFixit has shared its teardown to show just how much tech Samsung managed to pack inside the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Roger and Aaron are back at it again with a teardown of Nikon's premium 24-70mm F2.8 zoom lens for its Z-series cameras.
The A80's swivel mechanism allows it to use the same camera hardware as the main shooter and for selfie images.
In what's now an annual tradition, iFixit has torn down the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Max to reveal what tech Apple has packed inside.
A teardown video shows how Huawei has managed an impressive amount of technology including a 5x tele lens into the body of its flagship smartphone.
This kind of bug isn't going to be fixed with the latest firmware update.
OPPO's Reno device is scheduled to launch on the 10th of April but we are already allowed a very close look at its innovative tele camera.
As promised during the Canon 400mm F2.8 teardown, Lensrentals has taken apart Sony's 400mm F2.8 G super-telephoto lens to see what lurks beneath its magnesium alloy shell.
Roger Cicala and his team at Lensrentals tore down Canon's third-generation 400mm F2.8L IS lens, revealing a slew of interesting and impressive bits.
Lensrentals Founder Roger Cicala set aside some time to take apart Canon's new 50mm F1.2L RF lens and in doing so revealed a number of interesting discoveries.
Just in case you were wondering what’s packed inside the Nikon Z7 and how well constructed it is, Lensrentals has kindly opened one up so you don’t have to.
The new iPhones' wide-angle image sensor comes with more autofocus points than previous versions.
For some reason, Samsung isn't exclusively using its own image sensors in the Galaxy S9 smartphone. Depending on where you buy the Galaxy S9, your device will either ship with a Samsung S5K2L3 or Sony IMX345 image sensor.
The iFixit team have opened up the triple-camera Huawei P20 Pro smartphone, and they found a nice surprise: there's optical stabilization hardware on all three cameras in the triple-camera setup.
The YouTube channel JerryRigEverything recently tore down (or rather, tore apart...) the new Samsung Galaxy S9, giving us the closest look at yet at the new smartphone's camera hardware.
iFixit tore down the new Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, giving it a repairability grade of 4 our of 10, and showing how the main camera lens uses two rotating, ring-like blades for switching between F2.4 and F1.5.
Lensrentals' Roger Cicala just tore down the Sony a7R III to see just how much Sony did (and didn't) improve the camera's weather sealing over its predecessor. The results are a "good news, bad news" deal.
Photographer and YouTuber Peter McKinnon recently tried something he himself called "the dumbest thing I've ever done." With no real experience in this area at all, he disassembled his Canon 1DX Mark II... just because.
YouTuber Chris Marquardt yanked the shutter mechanism out of a Nikon D500 so he could show you exactly what happens every time you press that shutter button.
The folks at All About Circuits have published a quick teardown of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8, revealing the inner workings of the instant camera. Read more
Canon's EOS 5D IV is a formidable bit of hardware, with a 30MP and 4K video. Our friends at LensRentals have taken one apart to see how it works. See more
Sony spills the QX100's guts.
The iFixit crew are already disassembling the news flagship smartphone from Apple.