Teardown Apple Watch Sport and Steel
Apple Watch already sold freely and the watch stands on the wrists of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide (and soon millions), and iFixit true to himself, made “dissection” of the first generation smart watch of Apple, to show us what’s inside. They dismantled Apple Watch Sport 38 mm and 42 mm Apple Watch Steel.
It seems that Apple have made it difficult to switch to S1 processor. This may sound obvious, but there have been proposals for Apple to offer program updates Watch, because hardly one user bought the first generation in 2015. would invest more money so for the second generation in, say 2016.
Reaching S1 processor is costing the iFixit 20 steps. They require some “destructive procedures”, also known as extorting soldered parts. S1 chip is also shrouded in what Apple describes as “a solid block of plastic resin.”
Unlike its silence on sealed S1 chip, Apple has confirmed the battery of Apple Watch will be more easily removable. iFixit actually show that it is much easier (and non-destructive) lead to the battery to be replaced with a new one. The battery will provide normal life cycles for 3 years.
Besides the two size Apple Watch, iFixit disassembled and inductive charger smart watches to show what technology is hidden inside.
All steps of disassembly you can follow in our gallery. You can also watch the attached video of iFixit.
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