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Teardown: Inside Apple MacBook Pro

Our colleagues at UBM TechInsights did a partial teardown of the new MacBook Pro from Apple. We have the pictures. The disassembled unit appears to be the $2799 configuration of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina screen. TechInsights did a separate teardown of the solid state drive (SSD) in the MacBook Pro, including x-ray images.
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In this picture we can see the custom solid state drive at the top right. The wireless chipset is in the center, to the left of the big fan. To the left of the wireless module is the system RAM, soldered to the motherboard.

TechInsights has created a separate teardown on the solid state drive in the MacBook Pro, including x-ray images.

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