updated 10:40 am EDT, Fri September 7, 2007
Nano, Classic tear-down
In addition to our unboxing photos, new tear-down photos offer an inside look at Apple's recently-released iPod nanos and classics, highlighting changes over previous generations. While many components are similar, such as most of the Classic's insides, the Nano now uses a fair amount of adhesive to hold together, which can make it hard to reassemble. The Classic has a thinner hard drive, and sports a new metal plate behind the display, presumed to protect against cracking. Photos after the break.
Photos courtesy of free online "Fixit Guides" for every iPod and most Mac laptops.