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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Repairability: 2 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair)
There appears to be enough space to fit a regular 5 mm or 7 mm 2.5" laptop drive, but a custom cable will need to be developed.
The battery is still glued into the laptop's top case, but it's slightly less difficult to remove compared to the 15" model.
Proprietary pentalobe screws prevent you from gaining access to anything inside.
The RAM is surface-mount soldered to the logic board, so no upgrade is possible. It will forever have 8 GB of RAM.
The display assembly is almost impossible to take apart. If anything ever fails inside the display, you'll need to replace the display as a whole.
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