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Remove one Phillips screw to release the hard drive bracket. The screw is held captive to the bracket.
Remove the four T6 screws securing the hard drive.
Replacing the hard drive is significantly easier on this machine than the previous MacBook Pro.
This machine uses the same, industry standard SATA notebook drives as previous MacBook Pro and MacBook models.
Shameless plug: Of course, you can upgrade the hard drive in any Apple laptop. We have free guides for every model that makes hard drive replacement easy.
Kudos to Apple for making this easy. Keeping repair costs down is probably the most environmentally friendly thing Apple has done with this machine.
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