TechRestore's stop-motion iPad tear-down video
Right on launch day, iFixit totally disassembled an iPad, offering eager eyes a wealth of information on what's under the hood.
Now TechRestore has created a stop-motion video of the entire tear-down and reassembly process in just over three minutes by stitching together 1675 frames. It's fascinating to watch the iPad take itself apart, not to mention that the sound effects really make the whole thing work. Gumby would be proud.
Right on launch day, iFixit totally disassembled an iPad, offering eager eyes a wealth of information on what's under the hood. Now...
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