Bill Detwiler cracks open the iPhone 6S and discovers plenty of hardware upgrades, but no major changes to the internal layout.
Apple isn't skimping on components, with a piece-by-piece analysis of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus showing that the smartphones offer improved durability and lifespan.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the Amazon Echo and shows you the tech that makes it a "smart" speaker.
The Sphero BB-8 toy may not be powered by the Force, but Bill Detwiler cracks this rolling robot open to show you the tech inside.
The device earned a score of 7 out of 10 from iFixit, thanks to several of its key components being easy to replace.
The Apple Watch may not be fine jewelry, but Bill Detwiler cracks it open and shows you why he thinks it's a fine piece of tech.
A dissection of the watch by researcher IHS shows that a relatively low cost for parts could add up to more money for Apple.
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.
The smartphone, which has a curved screen at the edge, received a score of three out of 10 for repairability from iFixit.
HTC once again gets low marks from iFixit, which gives the One M9 one its lowest repairability scores ever.