A new twist to the iPhone trade-in program will give you credit for a new phone when you trade in a broken model.
Be careful when replacing parts. Poorly made cables can fry a laptop, and iPhones will stop working if the Touch ID button is repaired outside of Apple. It's a lesson some are learning the hard way.
A tour through the innards of Microsoft's new laptop is a challenging journey for the folks at iFixit, who found a lot of glue and a motherboard "resembling some kind of nightmarish Tetris piece."
The latest teardown treatment from gadget-repair site iFixit shows that both of the new iPhones aren't that difficult to repair, though the average user would leave that job up to the experts.
A prototype wheelchair with a cellular radio illustrates the benefits of connected devices.
A custom prosthetic beak-piece helps a toucan rescued from animal smugglers eat and groom normally once again.
"A small percentage" of the phones sold between September and January have iSight cameras that take blurry shots. But if you got stuck, you can get a fix at no charge.
The device earned a score of 7 out of 10 from iFixit, thanks to several of its key components being easy to replace.
Apple packed a ton of new tech into the 2015 MacBook, but thanks to a completely redesigned interior, DIY repairs on this laptop can be a real nightmare.
Apple's 12-inch Retina Display MacBook proves to be a challenge for the iFixit team in a new teardown.