BlackBerry’s Z10 is the talk of the town these days; with its sleek new design, newly baked OS and capable hardware it is an all-rounder. The new flagship device from BlackBerry was released last month along with BlackBerry 10 OS.
iFixit, known for its gadget tear-ups and how to fix guides, has come up with a ‘Tablet Repairability’ platform whereby it has ranked tablets from different companies according to the ease of repairability.
Just about a week ago, RIM (now BlackBerry) launched the latest handset in its BlackBerry range of smartphones, the all touch BlackBerry Z10 and high tech aficionados have ripped it apart to reveal the internals of the phone. From the looks of it, the “new” BlackBerry Z10 is very similar to a Samsung Galaxy S3.
Apple’s fight-generation iPod Touch has received a teardown treatment at the hands of iFixit and surprisingly, the new iDevice has managed to secure a lowly 3 in repairability score.
iFixit has gone ahead with the teardown of the recently released Kindle Fire HD and according to the hardware ‘gutting’ company, the repairability score of the tablet is good.
The recently announced MacBook Pro has been talk of the town lately because of its Retina display and how it is particularly hard to fix the display if something goes wrong.