The brand new MacBook Air has been out only a day, and unsurprisingly the folks over at iFixit have already gotten their hands on one and have given it the teardown treatment we’ve come to expect. After all, they did it with the previous MacBook Air when it was released, why wouldn’t they do it to this one? Judging by what they’ve uncovered, it seems that both MacBook Air computers are almost identical on the surface and on the inside.
While it is recommended you don’t take repairs into your own hands, it’s good to know that you’ll have a guide for taking your MacBook Air apart if the need arises. But if you don’t have the guts to undertake such a task, you can always just look at the pictures iFixit has provided. At least you’ll know what’s going on inside that machine of yours.
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