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Current version by: Justin Berman ,

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Looks like the [https://9to5mac.com/2016/10/28/owc-teardown-finds-removable-ssd-in-entry-level-13-macbook-pro-without-touch-bar/|entry level 13"] isn't soldered
 
OWC noted the following points in its teardown.
 
– Bottom was more difficult to remove than previous generations, but it was not glued.
 
– Speaker module needs to be removed to pull SSD back.
 
– SSD had very strong tape covering the interface port.
 
– Laptop automatically turns on when you open it regardless of pressing power button.

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open

Edit by: Justin Berman ,

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Looks like the [https://9to5mac.com/2016/10/28/owc-teardown-finds-removable-ssd-in-entry-level-13-macbook-pro-without-touch-bar/|entry level 13"] isn't soldered
 
OWC noted the following points in its teardown.
– Bottom was more difficult to remove than previous generations, but it was not glued.
– Speaker module needs to be removed to pull SSD back.
– SSD had very strong tape covering the interface port.
– Laptop automatically turns on when you open it regardless of pressing power button.

Status:

open

Original post by: Justin Berman ,

Text:

Looks like the [https://9to5mac.com/2016/10/28/owc-teardown-finds-removable-ssd-in-entry-level-13-macbook-pro-without-touch-bar/|entry level 13"] isn't soldered

Status:

open