Interested in having a look inside Apple’s new MacBook Air or the Retina Display-equipped MacBook Pro, both of which just debuted at the WWDC keynote earlier this week?
Then point your Web browser to iFixit. The MacBook Air 13-inch Mid-2012 Teardown reveals some interesting tidbits, including a new Solid State Disk (SSD) connector.
MacBook Pro with Retina Display Teardown might actually be less of a surprise, since Apple’s already given viewers of its videos and the keynote presentation a look inside the device. But this – like all of iFixit’s tear downs – is a very complete look inside the machine, complete with highlights on what sort of chips are being used and how they’re put together.