Want to know more about what's really going on inside the iPad mini? You can see it taken apart, down to the very last screw. iFixit has disassembled Apple's 7.9-inch tablet, giving the world its first look at the device's every component.
Among the highlights of this tear-down are a confirmation that the iPad mini has stereo speakers, and some questions about the battery capacity -- it might be larger than Apple says. There's also a warning to not break the Lightning port -- replacing it will be very expensive.
For a step-by-step version of the process, with pictures and commentary, head over the iFixit website.
Those who would like to see iFixit's video version of its teardown can do so below:
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