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    Surprise! The new MacBook Pro M1 would be easier to repair yourself

    Barely out, some have already gone to dig into the bowels of the new MacBook Pro M1. On Reddit, user the_Ex_Lurker didn’t hide his impatience to reveal the insides of Apple’s latest computers. And judging from the photos, the new MacBook Pro M1s would be easier to repair than their predecessors …

    New MacBook Pro M1: Inside the Beast

    With the photos unveiled today, we got a glimpse of what is hidden under their covers of the latest MacBook Pro M1s. And the least we can say is that it’s impressive.

    We thus discover large fans arranged on either side of the processor in order to cool the machine. But what catches our eye, it is in particular the six imposing batteries to succeed in keeping the promise of the Cupertino company: a monstrous autonomy.

    The 14 ”computer should therefore last up to 17 hours of video playback with the Apple TV application and 11 hours of wireless web browsing. As for its big brother, it should reach 21 hours of autonomy for streaming.

    The interesting thing about these batteries is that they don’t seem not glued inside and stay in place thanks to adhesive tabs found for iPhone. A bit like the pre-2016 MacBooks, in short. These were also much easier to repair than the generation that succeeded it.

    And that’s great news. Yes, changing a battery is common when you are at Apple. The problem is, it’s also expensive. Thereby, Looks like newer MacBook Pro M1s are easier to repair. In this way, the more seasoned could replace the battery of their computer by themselves without taking too many risks.

    Obviously, we still advise you not to disassemble your MacBook Pro just received since you risk breaking the warranty offered by the Apple brand. It would still be a shame.

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