Apple watch teardown

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Yeah, that could have been a watch given to a customer. . . . Okay, I can't be the first person who thought that.

I like ifixit. Now those stupid drop test videos I hate and feel like the devices would be better served going to customers and not wasted.
 

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I like ifixit. Now those stupid drop test videos I hate and feel like the devices would be better served going to customers and not wasted.

Drop tests should be minimal as the watch is not a carry device. I would like to see wrist impact tests as those are more likely to accrue
 

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Drop tests should be minimal as the watch is not a carry device. I would like to see wrist impact tests as those are more likely to accrue

Agree. I just meant in general. Anytime a new product is launched the drop tests come out and waste a perfectly good device someone could have actually used


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