The iFixit team has got themselves a name for taking gadgets apart over the last few years, and I don’t think that is going to end any time soon, with their most recent tear down affecting the new 13 and 15 inch Retina MacBook Pros, revealing what Apple have done inside without all the marketing stuff.

And that doesn’t seem all that great, as iFixit have awarded the new notebook a repairability score of just 1, dropping the previous rating by 1 due to an increase of parts that have been glued to the notebook itself, one of the biggest issues being the Retina display, which is still fused inside of the whole unit.

Alongside which iFixit found that Apple had even soldered the headphone port to the motherboard.

You can check out the full tear-down at the link below.

Source: iFixit

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