Here’s a cool see-through iPhone X wallpaper that shows off its innards

If you’re the proud owner of a new iPhone X but are stumped on which wallpaper to display on that beautiful screen, iFixit has released some pretty nice see-through options. Fresh from its teardown, iFixit has given users two high-resolution wallpaper options, including one that shows what’s inside the iPhone X and another that’s an X-ray version. The standard wallpaper shows the battery cells, haptic engine, and dual camera.

You can download them from iFixit’s site. To set them as your wallpaper, save the photo at full resolution then select wallpaper from your iPhone’s Settings menu, tap “choose a new wallpaper,” then select the photo you saved. You can also select either Still or Perspective (which zooms in slightly so…

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Raspberry Pi laptop teaches code with modular innards

The power and affordability of the Raspberry Pi has given rise to a new type of computer. One that goes beyond the credit-sized board, with colorful shells and displays that make it feel like a normal laptop or PC. The latest is the all-new Pi-Top, a…
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Xiaomi Mi Note 3’s innards revealed in teardown

If you wanted to see inside the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 for some reason, now you can. The phone’s first teardown is online so that we can see under its 5.5-inch 1080p screen and into its innards. There are no surprises there – we see a dual 12MP camera, 16MP front snapper, a 3,500mAh battery, the 6GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 660 chipset. Xiaomi Mi Note 3 disassembled And if you’re planning to tear down your own Mi Note 3 then the source has the instructions on how to do it. You need to remove the SIM tray first and start heating the phone with a heatgun and then pry it open…. – Latest articles

OnePlus 5 teardown exposes the phone’s innards

Maybe you’ve heard that the OnePlus 5 got official a couple of days ago? Just in case our review or the controversies surrounding its cameras, benchmark cheating, and using the same screen as its predecessor haven’t quenched your thirst for OnePlus 5-related news, we’ve got you covered. The handset has undergone a comprehensive teardown over at MyFixGuide. The entire thing (complete with dozens of images) can be found at the Source linked below, but here’s the gist of it. The OnePlus 5 was found to feature a solid build overall, but it apparently does have some weak spots. While its… – Latest articles