We’ve got a lot going on at Macworld Expo this week. You’ve got four pre-scheduled opportunities to catch up with us—but if you happen to see any of us on the show floor, hugs are appreciated. Here’s the rundown:
Thursday, January 27th 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Repair! Room 3004, West Hall, Moscone
Our Macworld meetup last year was a hit, and we’re doing it again this year. We’re mixing our user meetup with Macworld’s Birds-of-a-Feather session. Come on by to hang out, meet Luke and I, and compete for the most spectacular Mac repair story. I’ll give a 54 piece bit driver kit to the winner, and we’ll have some t-shirts to pass out.
Friday, January 28 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
iFixit live! The Teardown Experts Show Off Apple’s Hardware – From the Inside Out
I’m going to talk teardowns on the main stage. Tell your friends and let’s pack the house.
Friday, January 28 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Fix It Yourself! iFixit Shows You How to Repair and Upgrade Your Mac, iPhone, and iPad
This is for Users’ Conference attendees only—the cheaper expo badge won’t get you in. (This registration link will get you $25 off a 1-day user pass, but it’s still almost $200.)
Macworld Live Stage
Saturday, January 29th 2:00 PM – 2:55 PM
iFixit Live: “Fix an audience member’s device” challenge
Macworld’s Chris Breen told me he thought it would be funny if he told people to bring their computers to Macworld so I could fix them on stage. He asked me what I thought, and envisioning chaos I sarcastically replied “Yeah, Chris. That would be great.” So he set it up.
Please, please don’t bring in your 27″ iMac. An iPhone would be perfect.
If you haven’t already registered for Macworld, you can still register with this link for $15 ($20 off the current price). Come say hi!