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See the Apple Watch Torn Down to its Minuscule Parts

Varieties of the new Apple Watch are on display in the demo room after an Apple event on Monday, March 9, 2015, in San Francisco. Pre-orders for the Apple Watch start April 10. The device costs $349 for a base model, while a luxury gold version will go for $10,000. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Varieties of the new Apple Watch are on display in the demo room after an Apple event on Monday, March 9, 2015, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

 

(Mashable) – This is the first day the Apple Watch has become available, but we didn’t have to wait very long to see what the device looks from the inside.

The disassembling experts at iFixit found the task of tearing down the Watch tough, but not impossible. They assess it’s possible to replace the device’s screen and battery, but that’s about it, as pretty much everything else is soldered to the Apple S1 SiP (system in package).

Still, this is one of the most interesting Apple product teardowns in recent memory. Because if its tiny size, the Apple Watch is full of minuscule parts not usually seen in Apple devices, such as Apple’s Taptic Engine and tiny gold tri-wing screws in the stainless steel variant.

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