Back at WWDC on Monday, Apple unvieled the latest upgrade to the company’s line of Macbook Pros: a 15-inch model with a retina display screen, which Apple dubbed the highest-resolution laptop computer in the world. iFixit, the well-known company that does teardowns and offers repair advice on a variety of different tech products, has already gotten its hands on one of the new Macbook Pros and done a full teardown of the device.
The results? iFixit told us that the new retina display Macbook Pro was just about the least repairable device in the world. The battery pack wouldn’t come off, the RAM was not replacable as it was soldered right onto the logic board, and pretty much repairability just sucked. So if you’re looking to do some tweaking with your new retina display Macbook Pro, think again.
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