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iFixit Retina MacBook Air teardown earns better repairability scores than MacBook Pro and MacBook

[2018-11-08 19:48:21]

iFixit is out with its Retina MacBook Air teardown. While there are some notable repairability improvements, Apple’s latest notebook got its lowest marks for non-serviceable, non-replaceable RAM and storage. However, overall, it scored higher than the 2018 MacBook Pro and the 2017 MacBook. The post iFixit Retina MacBook Air teardown earns better repairability scores than MacBook Pro and MacBook appeared first on 9to5Mac.

iFixit Retina MacBook Air teardown earns better repairability scores than MacBook Pro and MacBook


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