Apple iPad Pro Still Very Hard To Repair

Apple's recently announced iPad Pro has just got to iFixit's lab, which means a complete teardown to find out how hard it is to repair and its actual internal design. The popular teardown website got their hands on the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and discovered this model to be more similar to the 12.9-inch version than to the smaller 9.7-inch device.

The bad thing, in case you need to repair the tablet, is that any repair will be very hard and thus gave a repairability score of 2 out of 10. Interesting things to note is a new display that can reach a refresh rate of 120 Hz, double the number of connecting cables for the display, 4 GB of RAM, the same rear camera as on the iPhone 7, and upgraded battery from 27.91Wh on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro to 30.8Wh.