On Monday Apple announced their new MacBook Air 2013, and the guys over at iFixit have already managed to take the device apart to find out what changes have been made inside the latest generation MacBook Air.
The most striking thing about the updated 13″ Air is the lack of major internal revisions. In fact, the newest Air generation is almost identical to the previous one, save for a handful of minor changes: a smaller SSD module, an updated AirPort card, a Samsung flash controller, and a new heat sink clamp.
You can see lots more photos of the MacBook Air 2013 teardown over at iFixit, and as with the previous model this new MacBook Air is not one of the easiest devices to repair and only scored 4 out of 10 on iFixit’s scale.
Source iFixitFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News