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[* black] Removing the bottom panel...
[* black] Eight Phillips #00 screws hold the lower case in place, two less than the 13" Pro.
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The lower case is surprisingly heavy, weighing in at 266 grams. The lower case is actually aluminum on the other side.
[* black] In contrast, the lower case on the 13" Pro weighs only 142 grams, so the rubber coating nearly doubles the part's weight.
[* black] Eight Phillips #00 screws hold the lower case in place, two less than the 13" Pro.
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The lower case is surprisingly heavy, weighing in at 266 grams. The lower case is actually aluminum on the other side.
[* black] In contrast, the lower case on the 13" Pro weighs only 142 grams, so the rubber coating nearly doubles the part's weight.
[* black] Apple boasts an impressive seven hour battery life from the new MacBook, matching that of the 13" and 15" MacBook Pros.
[* black] The battery is held in with tri-wing screws, an indication that Apple doesn't want you replacing the battery yourself.