“As you’d expect with a computer so devoted to aesthetics, getting to the “user-installable” parts is going to be a bit more challenging than usual. If you weren’t counting, that’s 19 screws to remove the battery. Replacing the battery is straightforward, but not something you’ll be doing when your battery dies mid-flight.”
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You can see their bare circuits
Anyone into electronic pr0n should drop what they are doing and head to [H]ard|OCP where they can see shots of naked Air. The first thing that you might notice is just how much work it takes to get one apart, even for something as simple as a battery change. Then again, MacBook’s aren’t really designed with user serviceability as the top priority.