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Fairphone 3 unsurprisingly receives perfect 10/10 repairability score on iFixit

Fairphone 3 unsurprisingly receives perfect 10/10 repairability score on iFixit

The Fairphone 3 was announced at the end of last month, aiming at combining sustainability and repairability in a single device. The company is known for receiving high scores on iFixit, with the first model getting 7/10, and the Fairphone 2 being awarded the top 10/10 rating. The third iteration confirms the company’s commitment to building phones that are easy to repair, as the Fairphone 3 just got the same perfect 10/10 score.

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iFixit gives Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a repairability score of 4 out of 10

iFixit gives Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a repairability score of 4 out of 10

As is tradition, iFixit has torn the latest mobile device apart to see what makes it tick. The Note 9 has several distinctive features that set it apart from the Galaxy S phones, but it shares a lot as well. It even shares a repairability score: 4 out of 10.

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iFixit Tears Down The Pixel C, Finds 17 Magnets And Glue, Lots Of Glue

iFixit Tears Down The Pixel C, Finds 17 Magnets And Glue, Lots Of Glue

Do you like Android device porn? We sure do. We love it when phones and tablets shed their outer shells and splatter all their naughty bits for us to gawk at and drool over. It's innocent fun and we learn a thing or two about smartphone anatomy that they don't teach us at school. The most educational gadget porn providers are iFixit: they don't just show you what's lodged inside your favorite gadgets, they also teach you how to get to the important bits in case you need to fix them. They're like the physiology professors of techies.

The latest device to pass under iFixit's scalpel is the Pixel C, Google's most recent and most awesome tablet.

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The LG G5 Is Just As Easy To Repair As The G4: Gets An 8/10 From iFixit's Teardown

The LG G5 Is Just As Easy To Repair As The G4: Gets An 8/10 From iFixit's Teardown

The guys and girls at iFixit like tearing down gadgets, not for the thrill of shredding a poor phone in a blender or crushing it under 10 tons of bricks, but for scientific and nerdy purposes. They like figuring out how a phone is exactly built, how you can take it apart and put it back together, and how easy it is to fix at home for ordinary people who only have a couple of tools and enough common sense to follow instructions.

Most of the devices iFixit has gone through in recent times have gotten poor repairability scores. Thanks to the move to unibody designs and non-removable batteries, phones like the Galaxy S7 and Nexus 6P got a measly 2 out of 10 score.

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