iFixit recently took a look at the innards of the new MacBook Pro Retina. While it gave a thorough overview of what powers the new MacBook Pro, they did not disassemble the new Retina display during their initial tear down. This time around, iFixit has decided to give the display of the MacBook its very own exclusive tear down. The display is beautiful, but that comes at a price. With its insanely thin structure, the compromise becomes lack of repairability. Should you crack that beautiful retina display, you will need to hand Apple some serious cash as there is basically no way to safely repair it on your own. See what removing the display from the aluminum entails at iFixit.
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February 11, 2013
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