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[* black] The disassembly begins pretty routinely. Like most Apple laptops, the clutch cover pries off fairly easily with a [product|IF145-000|plastic opening tool].
[* black] We immediatelyBut differences started seeing some differencespopping up as soon as the clutch cover came off, thoughoff. The array of antennas underneath the clutch cover looks a lot more involved than in [http://guide-images.ifixit.net/igi/f4eVYJDP1N4sf2Pl.huge|previous generations].
[* black] Why hide the antennas under the clutch cover? Well, since it's plastic, the antennas will get a much stronger signal than if they were housed inside the aluminum case
previous generations.
[* black] We immediatelyBut differences started seeing some differencespopping up as soon as the clutch cover came off, thoughoff. The array of antennas underneath the clutch cover looks a lot more involved than in [http://guide-images.ifixit.net/igi/f4eVYJDP1N4sf2Pl.huge|previous generations].
[* black] Why hide the antennas under the clutch cover? Well, since it's plastic, the antennas will get a much stronger signal than if they were housed inside the aluminum case
previous generations.