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

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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 repair.

This doesn’t mean you can easily open up the MacBook Air 2018 yourself and add or remove components, but it appears to be a step in the right direction.


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