Now Here’s a MacBook Pro That’s Easy to Repair

This is a new one! Check it out…

By Christina Bonnington June 20, 2012

Apple is a master of engineering efficient, super-compact component configurations. The only downside is that packing all those parts inside a notebook makes it incredibly difficult to remove them on your own if something gets damaged.

Fortunately, the 2012 MacBook Pro doesn’t have that problem. iFixit published its teardown Wednesday, and found the notebook has ample space in which to fit your fingers, and swap parts out. Well, ample probably isn’t quite the right word, but the MacBook Pro does have a number of features that make it more easily repairable than its slender, Retina display cousin.

Read More @ Article Source: Wired Magazine’s Gadget Lab