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It is obvious that most Apple computers are not designed to be easy to self-repair at home, but new MacBook raises the difficulty of repairing a whole other level. IFixit team is tackling the dismantling of super slim laptop and are convinced that Apple managed to make repair impossible.

Giant battery is glued firmly to the metal housing and the processor, RAM and memory are soldered to a small motherboard. Even the only USB Type-C port is buried under other components, so that will not be easy to replace if spoiled.

Findings are not entirely shocking – the new MacBook is more powerful iPAD with keyboard than a conventional computer. A assessment of iFixit for easy disassemble is 1 in 10, the lowest possible. Browse all photos in our gallery.

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