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« on: March 26, 2020, 04:05:22 pm »

iFixit's teardown of the 2020 MacBook Air reveals it is easier to repair

Apple laptops are never easy to repair, but they're making progress.

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iFixit has done a teardown of the Macbook Air.
The outlet shows off the new scissor-switch keyboard.
A new cable configuration also makes the laptop easier to repair.


The new Macbook Air is just starting to show up on the doorsteps of customers, but that isn't stopping iFixit from tearing down the new laptop right away.

In a blog post on their website, the outlet describes some of the new things it has noticed when taking a look under the hood of the new generation of everyone's favorite laptop.

The first thing that they pointed out, which everyone will immediately notice, is the new scissor-switch keyboard. Apple replaced the polarizing butterfly keys from the previous generation of the Macbook Air with a new generation of its scissor-switch design. The 16-inch Macbook Pro was the first Apple laptop to get the keyboard upgrade, and now it has come to the Macbook Air.


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