The new Macbook Pro 15″ 2.0Ghz taken apart


OWC (Other World Computing) is a great site for buying parts for the mac. Their prices are quite cheap if you compare prices with stores in asia. Two days back (21/2/06) they got their hands on a Macbook Pro, which they received at 10:30pm and managed to take it all apart by 1.30pm. Pictures are posted here.

Check out the stuff they have on mac related items and accessories. They now also have upgrade parts for the new Macbook Pro.

For a first timer, taking apart a mac notebook is not an easy task. They are alot of ways you can damage your mac if you’re not careful.

For a complete step-by-step procedure on how to dis-assemble any mac, check out ifixit.com guide for a complete how-to complete with pictures and the number of screws you need to take out before you can actually take something apart on a mac.

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