Apple announced its new MacBook Pro at their press event this week, the device us available with either a 13 inch Retina display or a 15 inch Retina display.
The guys over at iFixit have already managed to get their hands on the new MacBook Pro, have a look at the photos below to see what they found inside Apple’ latest MacBook, this is the 15 inch version.
According to iFixit, the MacBook Pro only scored 1 out of ten on their repairability scale, this means that the MacBook Pro is very hard to repair.
They noted that the new MacBook pro comes with proprietary pentalobe screws that make it hard to get inside the laptop, the RAM is also soldered to the logic board, this means you will need to buy the maximum RAM from Apple, and wont be able to update this yourself.
They are also working on a teardown of the 13 inch MacBook Pro, although the two devices are almost identical apart from the display size, so we suspect it will be exactly the same.
You can find out more details on what was found in the new MacBook Pro and also see some more photos over at iFixit.
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