A new Apple product is out, and it of course hasn’t taken iFixit long to do its usual teardown – as well as x-rays (above). As you’d expect from the largely unchanged exterior, the iFixit teardown of new AirPods finds very few changes from the first generation, but does see two apparent improvements to the build quality …
The post iFixit teardown of new AirPods finds two improvements to the build quality appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Poll: How much will Apple TV+ cost, and what would you pay?
AirPods had 60% of true wireless in-ear headphones market in Q4 despite ‘dent’ in sales
Survey finds that, ironically, it takes a physical card to persuade some people to use Apple Pay
Gboard 2.0 brings advanced background, key, and glide theming to iOS [Gallery]
Sensor Tower: App Store revenue to more than double by 2023 thanks to subscriptions
Student ID support in Apple Wallet expands to Johns Hopkins University
Apple CEO Tim Cook, other executives to testify in next month’s Qualcomm trial
Experiencing AirPods: First impressions of Apple’s second-gen wireless earbuds after resisting the originals
Apple Card tidbits: No support for shared accounts, security details, penalty interest rates, more
How to use Twitter’s automatic and black dark modes on iPhone
Does this ‘new iPhone XR’ schematic actually show us the iPhone 11?
iWork updates for Mac and iOS offer image placeholders, improved collaboration tools, table of contents view, more
Gmail for iOS adding customizable swipe actions to quickly delete, snooze, & more
Warren Buffett thinks Apple ‘can afford a mistake or two’ with Apple TV+ launch he views as risky
Twitter update gives iOS users black ‘Lights Out’ and automatic dark modes