• IFixit Verdict: MacBook Air Damn Near Impossible to Fix

    9 days ago - By Laptop Mag

    If you want a MacBook Air you can fix when things go awry, the latest Apple lightweight notebook won't be for you.In a teardown of the new MacBook Air published this week, iFixit gave the device a sco...
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  • MacBook Air 2018 teardown shows it's easier to repair than previous MacBooks

    MacBook Air 2018 teardown shows it's easier to repair than previous MacBooks

    9 days ago - By TechRadar

    Apple's devices are notoriously difficult to open up and repair, which can often lead to expensive trips to a nearby Apple store to have your broken MacBook or iPhone fixed or replaced, but it appears that the new MacBook Air 2018 is easier to repair than previous MacBooks. Repair experts at iFixit have taken apart the new MacBook Air , and while it still has some of the quirks we've come to expect from Apple that prevents easy replacement of parts in its devices, such as a glued-on battery, there are some aspects, like a modular Touch ID sensor, which make the MacBook Air 2018 easier to...
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  • Here's what the new Apple MacBook Air looks from the inside

    Here's what the new Apple MacBook Air looks from the inside

    9 days ago - By GSMArena

    Apple finally updated its cult classic Macbook Air with a Retina display and added all the necessary niceties a 2018 Apple laptop should offer - thinner bezels, precision aluminum body, gargantuan force touch trackpad and Touch ID.
    The new Air also sits at the $1,200 entry price for an OS X laptop, which guarantees it will be a huge hit. So let's look at it from the inside, courtesy of iFixIt.
    The team at iFixIt have torn the new MacBook Air wide open and given it a repairability score of 3/10, which isn't that great, but it's unsurprising for a MacBook.
    One of the most...
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  • IFixit's MacBook Air teardown is here, and there's good and bad news

    IFixit's MacBook Air teardown is here, and there's good and bad news

    9 days ago - By The Verge

    When Apple announced its long-awaited 2018 MacBook Air, it proudly called the refresh its “greenest Mac ever” thanks to its shell which is made from 100 percent recycled aluminum. Now, a teardown from iFixit suggests it's also a much easier laptop to repair than Apple's other recent models - even if it doesn't manage to score as well as the 2015 MacBook Air .
    In particular, the teardown notes that the new model relies much
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