iFixit is a wiki-based site that teaches people how to fix almost anything. Anyone can create a repair manual for a device, and anyone can also edit the existing set of manuals to improve them. Our site empowers individuals to share their technical knowledge with the rest of the world.
So what are you waiting for?
Click on the links below to find more information on how to register and fill out your account, create a repair guide, teardown, device page, troubleshooting page, or see the safety precautions for commons repairs.
|User Account||Repair Guides||Teardowns||Device Pages||Troubleshooting Pages||Device Safety|
Need to brush up on your photography? Don't worry, we've got you covered. See how to optimize taking guide photos, or check out our camera operating instructions page for useful tips and camera settings. For a final, professional touch, learn how to post-process pictures.
Photos are great, except they tell half the story. Here are some awesome writing resources that'll help you bring out your inner technical Shakespeare.
|Writing Awesome Guides||Repair Guide FAQ||Teardown FAQ||Do's and Don'ts of Writing||Naming Devices||Tech Writing Handbook|
Need more help? The Help Documentation page is the place to go to read up on the many features of iFixit.
More information on iFixit's background, why we think you should fix your own stuff, and how we all are impacting the environment with our technological advances.
|iFixit's Background||Why Should You Self-repair?||iFixit's Activism||Impact on the Environment|
|Where We're Going||Customer Testimonials||iFixit FAQ||Career Opportunities|
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|Media Contact Information||iFixit Press Coverage|
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