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Introduction

Ce guide montre comment retirer la trappe d'accès de votre ordinateur portable.

  1. Boîtier fermé, placez l'Unibody à l'envers sur une surface plane.
    • Boîtier fermé, placez l'Unibody à l'envers sur une surface plane.

    • Appuyez sur le côté rainuré du loquet de déverrouillage de la trappe d'accès de manière à saisir l'extrémité libre du loquet. Soulevez le loquet de déverrouillage à la verticale.

    This is not a a1278 unibody MacBook Pro. A1278 MacBooks backs are one solid metal piece not two separate pieces. This guide is for a different MacBook Pro.

    Brad Burgeson - Reply

    This guide isn’t for a pro; it’s a MacBook unibody.

    Nicholas -

    So, it turns out that Apple used the model code A1278 for quite a few different Mac models, including both Pro and non-Pro versions! This guide is for the non-Pro Macbooks. There’s also one for the Pro models with the same A1278 identifier.

    tempelmann - Reply

  2. La trappe d'accès est normalement relevée suffisamment pour la basculer et la retirer de l'Unibody.
    • La trappe d'accès est normalement relevée suffisamment pour la basculer et la retirer de l'Unibody.

Conclusion

Pour remonter votre appareil, suivez les mêmes instructions dans l'ordre inverse.

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2 Comments

Are there more than one A1278? Mine is the MacBook Pro 13” from 2010, which has no access door, but just a single body shell (613-8316-A)

Martin - Reply

Yes there are multiple machines with the model identifier A1278. In fact all non retina 13“ MacBook Pro models share the same A1278 model identifier as well as the Late 2008 Aluminum MacBook. However only the Late 2008 MacBook has the split access door.

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