This time it is the turn of the new 2011 MacBook Air, and in the photos below we get to see the inside of the new MacBook Air, and the iFixit guys found out that the MacBook Air SSD isn’t soldered to the logic board, this means it should be pretty easy to upgrade the SSD in the MacBook Air.
With the release of these newly-updated MacBook Airs, people have been asking us what Apple updated under the hood. The answer? More than is evident at first glance. The new MacBook Air is visually very similar to the last revision, but it includes substantial improvements to the chipset and IO controllers.
Head on over to iFixit for lots more details and photos of the new 2011 MacBook Air being taken apart.
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