Product Design

MacBook Pro with Retina Display: Why Repairability Matters

Opening the MacBook Pro retina display

TUAW’s Richard Gaywood followed up last week’s post with a great detailed consideration of many counterarguments. For example:

“The MacBook Pro with Retina display isn’t just harder for you to fix; it’s harder for anyone to fix, including independent specialists you may be used to using. Sure, you can always pop into an Apple Store… unless you can’t. Some people live hours and hours away from their nearest store; some people live in countries where there are no official stores at all, just a handful of authorized service centers.”