iFixit Media Information
iFixit is a global repair community of people helping each other fix their stuff. We are millions of tinkerers, technicians, and volunteers working together to help people repair their devices every day. Why? Because most companies don't provide repair parts and documentation. We believe that everyone has the right to maintain and repair their products—however they see fit. Together we’re fixing the world, one broken gadget at a time!
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Sometimes, we write things
We also cover tech news, share our gadget-y opinions, and write guides to help you make the most of your stuff. You can see our ramblings on the front page of iFixit, as well as a few other places around the web. Here’s some stuff we’ve written recently:
- It’s Time to Stop Making Excuses for Amazon’s Disposable Tech—iFixit
- Rebble with a Cause: How Pebble Watches Were Granted an Amazing Afterlife—iFixit
- The Design Flaw Behind MacBook Pro’s “Stage Light” Effect—iFixit
- Five Ways to Make Your Aging Phone Last Longer—iFixit
- Meet the Micro Soldering Mom—iFixit
- We Can’t Let John Deere Destroy The Very Idea Of Ownership—Wired
- Fix Things, Never Force It: Lessons From Grandpa—The Atlantic
- Why We Fix: A DIY Manifesto—Popular Mechanics
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How we got here
iFixit was founded in 2003 by Luke Soules and Kyle Wiens in a dorm room at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. It all started when the two of them tried to fix an old iBook. With no instructions, they started the way everyone does: the hard way. After some tinkering, fiddling, broken tabs, and lost screws, they finally fixed it!
As they tried to fix other devices, they had trouble finding parts, instructions, and the right tools for the job. So they bought broken computers on eBay and harvested parts. Then they decided to sell parts themselves and create repair guides for the devices they fixed… and the rest is history.
Learn more about how we got started on our background page.
Quick facts about iFixit
- CEO & Co-founder: Kyle Wiens
- CXO & Co-founder: Luke Soules
- Founded: 2003
- Repair Manuals: 50,000+
- Solutions: 145,000+
- Devices: 14,000+
- Languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Chinese, and Japanese
- Offices: San Luis Obispo, California, and Stuttgart, Germany
After tearing down hundreds of devices, we’ve learned a thing or two about the tools we use to get the job done. Our team designs, engineers, and manufactures the world’s best electronics repair tool and backs them with a Lifetime Warranty. Check out our industry-leading Pro Tech Toolkit.
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