Teardowns I've Worked On
- I would like to see more guides on changing the batteries of toothbrushes for different models. The point is that those batte...
- I've just replaced my battery on my 3GS. It measures 4.20V, so it's fully charged. However, when I turn it on, the iPhone dis...
- I bought the Silverhill brand Mac tools off of amazon, and easily stripped down my late 2008 macbookpro5,1 for a left fan rep...
- Unfortunately, Sprint decided to lock and embed their international sim card in the device. Is there a way to open the case a...
- Hi I dropped my iPhone and there is a small crack in the screen and on the back case. The screen didn't break and the phone w...
- I'm on my fourth blu-ray drive. The first one failed rather abruptly, and I replaced it without a second thought. After about...
- no matter what laptop it is there is software to reset passwords as standard there are some article for different laptops on this website http://www.forgotcomputerpassword.com/ maybe helpful
- you might want o check ou this before you reset your password http://www.forgotcomputerpassword.com/wi...-password-adminstrator-system-error-codes/ however there is many youtube video with software for resetting password here is one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98qdfuxwL...
- maybe this will help there are a couple of free password recovery tools that do the job .. but it takes long and is quite technical there is a software review on this blog to unlock windows computer http://www.digitalgrog.com.au/software/r...-your-windows-7-password-in-under-5-minutes/ but it is paid software ..i have used it ..it works
- there are a couple of free password recovery tools that do the job .. but it takes long and is quite technical there is a software review on this blog to unlock windows computer http://www.digitalgrog.com.au/software/r...-your-windows-7-password-in-under-5-minutes/ but it is paid software ..i have used it ..it works
- The Mac Mini Mid 2011 supports up to 8GB DDR3-1333 MHz of RAM officially. However, one can install 16GB DDR3-1333 MHz of RAM or DDR3-1600 MHz RAM in both amounts. The SODIMM Modules fit but simply down-clock. I have 16GB DDR3-1600 in my 2.3GHz Mid 2011 Mac Mini and it runs perfectly and passes all of the standard Apple ASD testing. If you are installing 16GB modules make sure to do memory testing because there is a higher defect rate in 8GB chips when compared to their 2GB and 4GB cousins.
- I would recommend that you do not use the ones Antony sells on AliExpress. They are not fully transparent (yes, I removed both of the protective film).
- I also have a mid 2009 Macbook. I'm looking to buy the optical bay HDD enclosure too. However the item that Mayer links to does not say anything about fitting the Mid 2009 macbook. It specifies that it's compatible with the late 2008 (Aluminum) Macbook, and the later unibody models. Nothing about the mid 2009 non-unibody models. So, as Steven Quan says, should I buy the Unibody-style optical bay hdd enclosure?
- The dev switch is accessable without opening the device. It is on the right hand side of the device behind the SIM slot cover. Edit: You can see it right below the SIM slot on the Step 14 teardown picture.
The "linear-oscillating vibrator motor" is called a Linear Resonant Actuator (LRA) in industry lingo.
While I agree that these things don't make me want to avoid this machine, I'm not sure the point of suggesting that one's "mom or girlfriend" are the intended audience because they're not technically savvy.
In a world where Linus Torvalds runs a Macbook Air, it's extremely condescending to suggest that a Macbook Pro, due to its non-expandability, is only appropriate for women.
"You'll be missed!" -- Randal
You can't reasonably put a MagSafe port on a device that isn't battery-powered, and Apple has never put a system power battery into a desktop machine. Apple has never put external do-it-yourself mounting screwholes in a machine. Apple is in the process of removing optical drives from their hardware, not adding them. Except for the short-lived PowerBook Duo, Apple machines have always been designed to stand alone, not as an assembly.
If you want an iMac, just get an iMac. I'm impressed that you know enough about Apple's design, manufacturing, and market positioning to know what design changes will "definitely profit", even though it would "obsolete" their only consumer desktop line, but I don't see much consistency here with any other decisions Apple has made.
"including a miniature subwoofer"
Also known as a woofer. :-)
PLEASE READ slith's comment, it's extremely important, or you will not be able to get the click wheel installed. There are notches on the click wheel that have to go in at the top and bottom, but the bottom notch is PART OF THE GREY METAL BRACKET that you take out of the bottom of the iPod. DO NOT re-install the grey bracket at the bottom until you have installed the replacement click wheel, otherwise the wheel will not go in.
Thanks slith, I just wanted to emphasize this because I screwed up quite a few of these click wheels before I read your comment.