Unibody: Apple new 15-inch MacBook Pro and 13-inch MacBook completely disassembled

iFixit has published two excellent dissections for Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro.

In the MacBook Pro box:
• MacBook Pro
•Display cleaning cloth
•85W MagSafe Power Adapter, AC wall plug, and power cord
•Lithium-polymer battery
•Install/restore DVDs
•Printed and electronic documentation

The MacBook Pro disassembly is here.

In the MacBook box:
• MacBook
• Display cleaning cloth
• 60W MagSafe Power Adapter, AC wall plug, and power cord
• Lithium-polymer battery
• Install/restore DVDs
• Printed and electronic documentation

The MacBook disassembly is here.

18 Comments

  1. after looking at those pictures, I’m hoping they eventually move the lock to make room for a Firewire. There is plenty of room.

    But then again, I wanted one on the Time Machine, along with an Airtunes port.

  2. The new machines look great, but the only thing I’m really unhappy with is that Apple doesn’t include the necessary video adapter cables anymore. That certainly adds a lot to the cost of the machine and when combined with the lack of an Apple Remote, it seems we’re slowly getting less for more.

  3. Jeremy
    Look at picture #11.
    The lock could be relocated, possibly to the back, the circuit board expanded and a port added, with the audio ports moved toward the front utilizing the space left from the lock.
    I know there would be more to it than this, but what I was looking at was the space between the back of the laptop and the mid brace (my term).
    Actually, the lock may have to be on the other side because of the lids action when opened.
    But you know, even if they drop a USB, it would be better.

  4. I’m guessing they took out the adapters because too many never used them, there are a lot of people who don’t use a external/second monitor with their laptops. I do, but I have the MBPro with the DVI port and use a DVI LCD, my MB Pro came with a DVI to VGA adapter which I have never used.

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