New devices are often subject to 'teardowns' by analysts and reviewers looking to figure out how much they cost to make, what components were used and to reveal other 'secret' insights.
Vendors typically do not encourage this. First off by default they make their devices sturdy and sealed enough to prevent them from breaking apart or, as a result, being easily ripped open.
Secondly, they don't want to share the interior design and what components are inside for competitive reasons. But if someone's determined enough, any device can be opened.
For consumers, it should be noted the harder a device is to open, the harder it's likely to be to r... Continue reading >>
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