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It's time to check out the insides of the Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Trackpad 2! [atualizado: vídeo]

Just yesterday we showed you the disassembly that the iFixit made the 21.5-inch iMac with 4K Retina display. Today, she published the teardowns of three new Apple accessories launched at the computer.

Check below the photos and highlights of each one.

Magic Keyboard

Magic Keyboard disassembled by iFixit

Magic Keyboard disassembled by iFixit

Magic Keyboard disassembled by iFixit

Magic Keyboard disassembled by iFixit

Magic Keyboard disassembled by iFixit

Magic Keyboard disassembled by iFixit

  • The keyboard model is the A1644.
  • IFixit thought Apple would have hidden the Magic Keyboard screws under the rubber feet, but no. Its structure is really glued.
  • The keyboard battery is just in place, meaning it can be easily replaced. Relatively similar in iPhone format, it has 793mAh capacity.
  • The metal layer that supports all the keys is between two layers of glue, offering sufficient strength even for the most ?excited? users.
  • As Apple has already said, the key mechanism remains the scissor mechanism and not the butterfly on the 12-inch MacBook. But Apple claims to have improved that same mechanism, reducing the depth of key presses to just 1mm.

Magic Keyboard ?repairability? note: 3/10.

Magic Mouse 2

Magic Mouse 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Mouse 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Mouse 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Mouse 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Mouse 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Mouse 2 disassembled by iFixit

  • The mouse model is the A1657.
  • As with the keyboard, no screws below the rubber bases of the Magic Mouse 2; everything glued together.
  • Glued to the upper part of the mouse is a capacitive layer which makes it a kind of multi-touch trackpad as well.
  • A small piece separated from the logic board responsible for the ?click? of the mouse.
  • The battery has a welded Lightning cable (like the Siri Remote on the new Apple TV) and an incredible 1,986mAh capacity.

Magic Mouse 2 ?repairability? note: 2/10.

Magic Trackpad 2

Magic Trackpad 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Trackpad 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Trackpad 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Trackpad 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Trackpad 2 disassembled by iFixit

Magic Trackpad 2 disassembled by iFixit

  • The trackpad model is the A1535.
  • It could not be different from the other two: the structure of the Magic Trackpad 2 is all glued together.
  • The internal rear panel holds the trackpad's 2.024mAh battery.
  • The Lightning connector on the soldier, being easily removed.
  • Inside, of course, is a Taptic Engine similar (but slightly larger) to that found on MacBooks with Force Touch trackpads. it simulates the sensation of clicking.

Magic Trackpad 2 ?repairability? note: 3/10.

Update · 10/17/2015 s 10:13

IFixit published a video about the three disassemblies: