iFixit disassembles new MacBooks and finds 10-hour battery backwards compatible with previous generation

iFixit disassembles new MacBooks and finds 10-hour battery backwards compatible with previous generation

The guys at iFixit don't waste any time at all: Apple barely launched the new MacBooks, and they have already been dismantled and analyzed by the technical experts there. The highlight is certainly the new 10-hour battery, as well as the NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics chipset.

MacBook disassembled by iFixit

The curious thing about the battery is that it has practically the same dimensions as the previous one, reaching 63.5Wh, against 60Wh of the old one. Although it is a little bit heavier, the guys have already confirmed that it can be used on previous MacBooks without any problem. She even has the same model: A1331.

Other than that, the machine is virtually identical to the previous one.

This time, he went out to a little video / slideshow with teardown:

(youtube) http://www.youtube/watch?v=fwhl8hLtJMA (/ youtube)

To check the entire process of opening the laptop, click here.