With the new Apple items formally shipped, iFixit is currently destroying them.
His most recent video is on the new Apple TV 4K and the Siri Remote from the second era, and it turns out that the new Siri Remote is not at all easy to fix.
As we all know, Apple is not, in general, extremely easy to understand in maintaining its own elements, however, Apple TV has never been a problem in that way. Since you’ve had a similar plan for over six years, all it takes is a bit of meddling to open the motherboard and then the standard Torx screwdriver to gradually pull out the huge fan, rational board, heat sink, and power supply. force.
Inside the new Apple TV 4K, it is feasible to see the A12 Bionic processor, which is similarly found in the iPhone XR and iPhone XS and is perhaps the best expansion for the set-top box. iFixit also found that the fog box is really straightforward for infrared light, which means you don’t need to unequivocally direct the far to the decoder.
On the other hand, the new Siri Remote was not so easy to destroy.
It is made of aluminum and elastic closures. It has an amplifier for Siri, an infrared transmitter, a Lightning connector for charging and uses the Bluetooth 5.0 innovation.
To destroy it, iFixit originally tried to remove its screws, however it did not open, then the organization opted to remove the difficult fasteners, and that is the point where they found more screws. Fortunately, the 1.52 Wh battery is gently stuck, so it doesn’t take a lot of power to get it out.
The latest repairability score for the new Apple TV 4K was 8 out of 10. The Siri Remote was not rated, but it sure wouldn’t get a rating higher than 2. You can watch the video below the full teardown of the Apple TV 4K.
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