iFixit has posted its own teardown of the Apple Watch Ultra. The company calls this product “beautiful, rugged, and almost repairable” The company also shows the internal differences between Apple Watch Series 8 and the Ultra version: battery, speaker, and taptic engine stand out from one device to another. In the professional disassemblers not only did that but also broke the screen, the display broke. The bottom of the Watch has four P5 pentalobe screws, which are the same sort of screws that hold on the bottom of MacBook, and while they aren’t as common as Philips or flathead screwdrivers, they’re not uncommon either. As noted by the company, the Watch is not exactly glued, . . .