- AC Adapters (3)
- Accessories (2)
- Batteries (1)
- Cables (6)
- Case Components (4)
- Consumables (2)
- Display Components (2)
- Fans (1)
- Hard Drive Brackets (1)
- Hard Drive Enclosures (1)
- Hard Drives (1)
- Hard Drives (SATA) (9)
- Heat Sinks (1)
- Keyboards (1)
- LCDs (2)
- Logic Boards (2)
- MagSafe Boards (1)
- Microphones (1)
- Optical Drives (5)
- RAM (3)
- Rubber Feet (1)
These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Track down a number of hardware problems using the MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Troubleshooting Guide.
There are a number of components in the MacBook Pro 13" Unibody that can be cost effectively upgraded.
- Memory: The MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2010 comes with 4 GB RAM standard, and accepts a maximum of 8 GB. If your MacBook Pro is still running with only the stock RAM, upgrading will provide a dramatic performance boost. You can upgrade to two 4 GB chips for a total of 8 GB very easily.
- Hard Drive: 160 or 250 GB hard drives came standard with the MacBook Pro 13" Unibody. You can easily upgrade the drive to 750 GB.
- Battery: The battery is certainly replaceable, even though Apple doesn't consider it to be "user serviceable." Unscrew twelve screws, unplug the battery connector, and the battery can be removed!
Identification and Background ¶
The MacBook Pro 13" Unibody is clearly differentiated from other MacBook Pros by its smaller size. However, it does resemble its larger siblings, the MacBook Pro 15" Unibody and the MacBook Pro 17" Unibody.
Use the laptop identification system to help you identify your machine. MacBook Pros tend to look very similar, and it's important to know which machine you have before ordering any replacement parts.
Additional Information ¶
- iFixit: List of Troubleshooting Guides
- iFixit: Mac OS X HD Reinstallation Tips
- iFixit: DIY Laptop Upgrades
- Wikipedia: MacBook Pro
- Mactracker: Application with Apple Product Specs
- EveryMac: Online Apple Product Specs