If you're like me, you have a ton of older electronic gadgets around your house that would ordinarily be perfectly suitable for use, if it weren't for a broken screen, dead internal battery or some other simple thing that could be fixed. With today's gadgets, it can certainly be more than a little intimidating to try and make those repairs yourself because it seems like everything is designed and packaged so tightly.
Google is a great resource to use when trying to make these sorts of repairs, but it can be difficult because the quality of the instructions can be poor, or even worse... the instructions could be completely wrong (there is no guarantee of their accuracy). With that in mind, I have the perfect solution for you.
iFixIt.com is a fantastic site that walks you through step-by-step on making such repairs.
The site features thousands of product break-downs and and step-by-step instructions for replacing broken glass on your iPhone/iPad, replacing the built-in battery on your MacBook Pro, etc. Each one includes a set of very high quality photos to go along with the instructions.
Try it today on one of your old devices. It's great for giving them a second chance.