We posted up our review of the Apple Magic Trackpad this week and though the device was pretty darn cool. If you are one of the types that can’t wait until someone tears shiny new gadgets apart for you to see, iFixit has done its thing with the new Magic Trackpad.
The publication has disassembled the entire Magic Trackpad and there are surprisingly few pieces inside the device. If you want to get medieval on your own Magic Trackpad or need to fix it you will need a heat gun, soldering iron, spudger, tweezers, and iPod opening tools.
What the heck is a spudger, sort of like a wanker? You can hit up the iFixit source link <a href="">here to see the big photos and detailed information on the tear down.