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Apple makes MacBook Air with Retina display battery replacements easier, no longer requires replacing top case

[2018-11-07 18:08:25]

In a slightly surprising move, Apple has shared that the new MacBook Air’s battery can be replaced on its own. This comes after previous MacBook Air models required the entire top case to be replaced. The post Apple makes MacBook Air with Retina display battery replacements easier, no longer requires replacing top case appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple makes MacBook Air with Retina display battery replacements easier, no longer requires replacing top case


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