Apple's Retina display MacBook Pro is the least repairable laptop
Only 2 days after Apple presented the MacBook Pro at the WWDC, iFixit pulled apart the laptop and discovered that it is the least repairable yet.
The score the MacBook got is 1/10, as the experts explain that Apple have packed all into one small package, which means very expensive repair costs and minimal or no upgradeability at all.
The disassembly shows that the MacBook's 16GB RAM, which previously users could switch out, now comes glued to the logic board, which makes it untouchable by the user. The same applies to the battery, as it is also soldered to the case and it's placed over the trackpad cable, so it's possible to shred the cable and the users may encounter problems.
The list doesn't end here. The disassembly process shows that the Retina LCD display is placed in the display assembly, so if anything goes wrong with the screen, the customers probably will have to replace the whole device.
In conclusion, the MacBook Pro owners better hope that everything is covered by Apple Care.