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By now, we're not even surprised to find the lower case held in place by pentalobe screws. It looks like this new revision has lost its cool—or at least half of it, as we're now down to a single fan. Apple's holiday redecorating didn't stop there: rearranged cabling, a displaced SSD, and a drastically revised battery now deck these halls.
As ever, Apple warns of tragic consequences if we attempt to service, remove, or engage in polite conversation with the battery. Warning, schmorning—you know how we feel about these labels. First rule of disassembly: disconnect the power. There is no shock like forgetting where the power lies. We pop off the battery connector, but that fancy new battery controller board ain't goin' nowhere. Those little screws, they do nothing! The board hosts some tricky wires that are soldered and routed to hold it in place.
This assembly is turning into a serious brain teaser. We spudger our way through the antenna cables and extract the slumbering AirPort card. It may reside in the same right-side location as ye olde model , but this here Broadcom BCMCS is a different animal. Skyworks SE Dual-Band SSDs may not spin like other hard-disk drives, but the one in the 13" MacBook Pro Retina sure does like to hop around!
Wingardium leviosa! Our handy-dandy magic wand Pro Tech Screwdriver makes speaker screw removal seem like magic. We're happy to report that these speakers-who-must-not-be-named are fairly easy to remove—no dark magic required. Oh MBP battery adhesive, you're breaking our hearts.
We've fought this battle before —multiple times , in fact. To make matters worse, the screwed-in battery caddies of yesteryear have moved over the trackpad, burying the poor thing alive. We launch the rescue effort with our friends, iOpener and plastic card ; after a hearty swig of patience, we set to work.
The new center panel batteries proved to be the toughest to extract due to the cable armature surrounding it and some crazy-strong adhesive. Here's the muscle: coming in at But thanks to other improvements, Apple claims a 9-hour battery life during normal use. It's certainly nice to see a more conventional battery connector, rather than the earlier revision's contact board shenanigans.
But at what cost , Apple? We spudge off some sticky foam screw coverings and remove the heat sink to find As Apple rolls out Intel's new Haswell processors and Iris Graphics, we're seeing a massive heat sink consolidation trend making for a cleaner and more streamlined design. With the heat sink gone, it's time to cool off! Well, time to take the fan off at least. The brushless Nidec fan isn't blowing us away with any new innovations, but we appreciate its efforts to keep things from boiling over.
Without jitter-cleaning technology, systems may fail the HDMI 1. A few measly connectors are all that stand between us and total logic board liberation; they are dealt with harshly. The MBP's secrets can run, but they can't hide. Also, they can't really run. That would be a cool upgrade, though. Then again Here it comes, the component we've all been waiting for: the logic board! Here's what we've got for ICs:.
Linear Technology LT B We're happy to see that the power adapter resides on its very own connector, meaning that if you need to replace it, you won't need to replace any extra parts along with it. While it still holds the same MagSafe 2 technology, the connector has been updated slightly from previous versions.
Flying through components, we come to the dual mic—hidden under a rubber cover. The time for eavesdropping is over, mic; you've been exposed. We already coaxed the battery from its gooey perch above the trackpad; does this metal plate really think it can slow us down? Don't worry— steel is weak to fire —we attack with iOpener; it's super effective! Under that hefty metal armor, we find much the same trackpad as in the edition. Hey Apple, do you think next time you could mark up the screws removed during display replacement?
You were so close this time. We let this display off with a warning, but if you're dying to see inside, how about a blast from the past? This display, as with its predecessors, must be replaced as an assembly; there's no parting out this bad boy. Proprietary pentalobe screws continue to make opening the device unnecessarily difficult. The battery assembly is now entirely, and very solidly, glued into the case, thus complicating replacement.
The Pro's all-aluminum design has remained virtually unchanged since it was introduced in It looks great and feels sturdy, but I wish that Apple would start playing around with some new ideas. At Click to Enlarge Apple was the first to usher in Retina-level displays, and the MacBook Pro delivers more of the same good thing with its inch x pixel panel. However, other notebook makers have followed suit and, in some cases, surpassed Apple.
The Dell XPS 13 sports a x p screen. At nits, the Pro is dimmer than the XPS 13 nits , but brighter than the average of nits and the Samsung Book 9 Plus nits. Based on our measurements, Apple's notebook is capable of displaying only Although that's higher than the ultraportable average of 67 percent and the Air's The inch Pro's color accuracy beats that of its closest competitors.
The Mac's Delta-E score of 2. The Air came close, at 2. About apps in the App store are Retina-enabled, according to Retinamacapps. Click to EnlargeSame as before: The MacBook Pro's keyboard and touchpad continue to deliver one of the best typing experiences ever on a notebook. You'll enjoy snappy feedback from the backlit layout. I also continue to love the smooth, accurate trackpad.
This is one thing I hope Apple never changes. The MacBook Pro is not only loud -- 92 decibels, crushing the average of 83 dB -- but as accurate and enveloping as before. After I streamed a video from Hulu at full screen for 15 minutes, the Mac's touchpad was a relatively cool 81 degrees; here at Laptop Mag, we consider anything higher than 95 degrees to be uncomfortable.
The middle of the underside and the space between the G and H keys were slightly warmer, at 92 and 93 degrees, respectively, but the back edge of the notebook was a hot 99 degrees. I really wish the cards would insert fully, instead of protruding from the side. The 2. On Geekbench 3, which measures overall performance, the MacBook Pro scored 6, That's about points higher than last year's model, and higher than the category average of 4, The MacBook Air's 1.
On Laptop Mag's productivity test, the MacBook Pro paired 20, names and addresses in 3 minutes and 20 seconds. That's three times as fast as the category average , and about 2 minutes faster than the Samsung Book 9 plus , the XPS 13 , the Acer S7 and last year's MacBook Pro Only the Air, at , came close. It duplicated 5GB of multimedia files in That's plenty faster than the average Click to Enlarge The Intel Iris graphics in the MacBook Pro aren't exactly discrete-level in terms of performance, but they do provide an extra bit of oomph compared with most other integrated GPUs.
Though Apple's inch iMac is not due to arrive in customer hands until and viewing pictures and video on the K Retina Display. Later revisions added Intel Core 2 Duo processors and LED-backlit displays. The second-generation model debuted in October in and inch variants.