And there you have it, the Retina display from the new MacBook Pro.
Normally we would provide you with a repairability score at this point, but since this display is part of another device, that's not really appropriate.
What we can tell you is that if anything in the display assembly breaks, you'll need to replace the whole thing. It will be more expensive than just replacing the LCD inside a regular MacBook Pro, but it will also make the choice (of whether to replace just LCD or entire display assembly) very easy.
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