iFixit is a private company in San Luis Obispo, California. Founded in 2003 while the founders were attending Cal Poly, the company sells repair parts and publishes free wiki-like online repair guides for consumer electronics and gadgets on its web site. The company is also known for their "teardowns" of consumer devices. iFixit product teardowns of new Apple products are carried by PC World, the Mac Observer, NetworkWorld and other publications.

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  • iFixit(アイフィクスイット)は、カリフォルニア州サンルイスオビスポの電子機器に関する修理情報や修理パーツや修理用特殊工具の開発及び販売を手がけるベンチャー企業。オンラインマニュアル生成サービスDozukiを提供する。話題の電子機器が発売されるといち早く分解し、内部の構造や使用部品を分析して10段階の評価で修理しやすさ(数字が高いと修理しやすい)や原価公開する事が恒例となっている。 (ja)
  • iFixit是一家設於美國加州聖路易斯-奧比斯保(San Luis Obispo)的公司,創立於2003年。該公司設立的同名網站以類似wiki網站的方式刊登電子產品等的DIY維修、拆解指南,並接受讀者投稿 。拆解指南會根據拆解難易度以分數評定(滿分10分為最容易拆解)。近年來該公司以在第一時間取得蘋果公司新發售的產品進行拆解,拆解後報告刊登於網站上而聞名。該公司亦販售DIY工具及零件。 (zh)
  • iFixit is a private company in San Luis Obispo, California. Founded in 2003 while the founders were attending Cal Poly, the company sells repair parts and publishes free wiki-like online repair guides for consumer electronics and gadgets on its web site. The company is also known for their "teardowns" of consumer devices. iFixit product teardowns of new Apple products are carried by PC World, the Mac Observer, NetworkWorld and other publications. Founder Kyle Wiens aims to reduce electronic waste by teaching people to repair their own gear and offering tools, parts, and a forum to discuss repairs. In 2011, he travelled through Africa with a documentary team; a short film is in progress and stories of "fixers" met on the trip are posted on the company's activism-oriented blog, ifixit.org. iFixit provides a SaaS platform known as Dozuki to enable others to use iFixit's documentation framework to produce their own documentation. An early adopter was O'Reilly Media, whose Make and Craft magazines use Dozuki to feature community guides alongside instructions originally written by the staff for the print magazine. In September 2015, Apple removed the iFixit app from the App Store in reaction to the company's publication of a teardown of a developer pre-release version of the Apple TV (4th generation) obtained under Apple's Developer Program violating a signed Non-Disclosure Agreement and as such their developer account was suspended. iFixit has since worked on developing a more user friendly mobile site so mobile users can still access iFixit. (en)
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  • iFixit(アイフィクスイット)は、カリフォルニア州サンルイスオビスポの電子機器に関する修理情報や修理パーツや修理用特殊工具の開発及び販売を手がけるベンチャー企業。オンラインマニュアル生成サービスDozukiを提供する。話題の電子機器が発売されるといち早く分解し、内部の構造や使用部品を分析して10段階の評価で修理しやすさ(数字が高いと修理しやすい)や原価公開する事が恒例となっている。 (ja)
  • iFixit是一家設於美國加州聖路易斯-奧比斯保(San Luis Obispo)的公司,創立於2003年。該公司設立的同名網站以類似wiki網站的方式刊登電子產品等的DIY維修、拆解指南,並接受讀者投稿 。拆解指南會根據拆解難易度以分數評定(滿分10分為最容易拆解)。近年來該公司以在第一時間取得蘋果公司新發售的產品進行拆解,拆解後報告刊登於網站上而聞名。該公司亦販售DIY工具及零件。 (zh)
  • iFixit is a private company in San Luis Obispo, California. Founded in 2003 while the founders were attending Cal Poly, the company sells repair parts and publishes free wiki-like online repair guides for consumer electronics and gadgets on its web site. The company is also known for their "teardowns" of consumer devices. iFixit product teardowns of new Apple products are carried by PC World, the Mac Observer, NetworkWorld and other publications. (en)
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