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[* black] One last detour before we head inside: we can't resist popping off our [guide|111384|favorite|stepid=213288|new_window=true] command key for a peek at the ~~noise dampening~~ ingress-resistance membrane.
[* black] Love it or hate it, it looks like [https://www.imore.com/macbook-pro-butterfly-keyboard-effect|butterfly|new_window=true] is here to stay.
[* black] WithThis time, we're in after just a few flicks of our [product|IF145-090-6|pentalobe driver|new_window=true], we're indriver|new_window=true]!
[* icon_note] This may not sound like a big deal, but the Retina MacBook Pro and the MacBook each had their own boobytraps[guide|72415|boobytraps|stepid=144856|new_window=true] upon entry—clips and cables can make for a messy first step to any repair.
[* black] WithThis time, we're in after just a few flicks of our [product|IF145-090-6|pentalobe driver|new_window=true], we're indriver|new_window=true]!
[* icon_note] This may not sound like a big deal, but the Retina MacBook Pro and the MacBook each had their own boobytraps[guide|72415|boobytraps|stepid=144856|new_window=true] upon entry—clips and cables can make for a messy first step to any repair.
[* black] Inside we spy a small logic board, one lonely fan, a pair of large elongated speakers, and an interesting radiator-looking heat-sink.