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[* black] Apple TV (4rd4th Generation) Repairability: '''8 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair).
[* black] Apple TV (4rd4th Generation) Repairability: '''8 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair).
[* green] Modular construction and only a few major components simplifies repair.
[* green] SeparateThe power supply, with no cabling to worry aboutsupply is handya separate, replaceable component, and even its AC-in jack is modular.
[* green] Standard Torx screws throughoutused throughout, nothing proprietary.
[* green] The remote is held together with adhesive, but a wide gap makes it easy to pry apart.
[* green] The remote's battery and Lightning cable are soldered together—but not to anything else, so they should be an inexpensive component to replace.
[* green] SeparateThe power supply, with no cabling to worry aboutsupply is handya separate, replaceable component, and even its AC-in jack is modular.
[* green] Standard Torx screws throughoutused throughout, nothing proprietary.
[* green] The remote is held together with adhesive, but a wide gap makes it easy to pry apart.
[* green] The remote's battery and Lightning cable are soldered together—but not to anything else, so they should be an inexpensive component to replace.
[* red] Everything important is soldered to the logic board, meaning replacement or board-level soldering is required to solve port problems.
[* black] And that's a wrap. See you for an iPhone teardown down under! G'day, mate!