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[* black] Houston''Houston, we have lift-off! Let's take a peek at the inside of this MacBook Prolift-off!'' This teardown has achieved first stage separation.
[* black] Upon ourOn initial inspection, the 15" MBP looks ... like a scaled up version of the 13"13" model. We do however notice a slight difference in the battery layout, but overall it's like looking at [http://screencrush.com/442/files/2014/05/Twins.jpg?w=720&cdnnode=1|twins|new_window=true].
[* black] Houston''Houston, we have lift-off! Let's take a peek at the inside of this MacBook Prolift-off!'' This teardown has achieved first stage separation.
[* black] Upon ourOn initial inspection, the 15" MBP looks ... like a scaled up version of the 13"13" model. We do however notice a slight difference in the battery layout, but overall it's like looking at [http://screencrush.com/442/files/2014/05/Twins.jpg?w=720&cdnnode=1|twins|new_window=true].
[* black] Look who we ran into again! The connector to [https://goo.gl/rqTsqp|nowhere|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] [guide|73480|Speculation|commentid=272290|new_window=true] in the comments on our last teardown is that Apple may have included this to access the soldered-in SSD for data recovery.
[* black] We'd still rather see a removable/upgradeable SSD, particularly in a machine targeted at ''pros''—but this way if your logic board bites the dust, there might at least be a chance of recovering your data with Apple's help. Keep making those backups though.