Saturday, August 11, 2012

iFixit`s guide to the least repairable notebook in the world

If you`re the proud owner of one of Apple's new Retina display MacBook Pros, you probably know by now that it is considered to be one of the least repairable laptops in the world.

Shortly after release, DIY repair gurus iFixit tore down the device, finding things such as soldered in ram, glued parts, Pentalobe screws and irreparable display assembly. But for those without Apple Care, iFixit recently released an in depth repair manual with a grand total of 16 new guides detailing the easiest ways to disassemble and reassemble the laptop. The manual showcases 15 installation guides and a maintenance guide to go with their two tear down guides. Beware, iFixit offers plenty of warnings before you get your hands dirty.

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