As usual with any Apple product, iFixit has torn down the new MacBook Pro 13″ Retina Display on the first day of its release. The first step they took after unscrewing the new laptop they found that the battery had been screwed and secured onto the connector board instead of the usual battery connector without the screws.

Probably one of the biggest changes they found however was with the SSD, which Apple had placed under the trackpad next to the redesigned battery cells, but apart from that there wasn’t anything else too interested.

Overall iFixit gave the MacBook Pro 13 inch with Retina Display a repairablity score of 2 out of 10 with kittens, follow the source link below for more information.

Source: iFixit

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