Repairability articles

Huawei-made Nexus 6P earns poor repairability score

The teardown specialists at iFixit dismantled Google’s new Nexus 5X last week. Its use of modular components earned it a respectable repairability score of seven out of 10. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about the company’s flagship handset, Huawei-built…

These 10 Electronic Devices Are Nearly Impossible to Repair

It's becoming tradition that with every new high-profile gadget release, we showcase whatever findings the repair commandos at share with us, whether it's the latest iPhone 5S and 5C, the Nvidia Shield, Moto X smartphone, or the yet unfinalized Oculus Rift VR headset.

In a follow-up article we'll list devices and gadgets you can service on your own. But if it's controversy and indignation you want, this is the week you've been waiting for! Here are iFixit's top 10 hardest-to-repair electronics.

iFixit declares Pebble Smartwatch unrepairable

iFixit recently performed a teardown of the Pebble Smartwatch and ultimately declared it unrepairable. The teardown specialists found copious amounts of adhesive inside the watch used to keep water out (a good thing) but it’s this very adhesive that also…

Nissan announces an iPhone case with self-healing paint

Better known for its automobiles, Nissan has shifted gears to the realm of electronics accessories with a new scratchproof iPhone case. More accurately, the cover is susceptible to scratches, but it can automatically "heal" them courtesy of a special paint…