A week ago, Apple introduced new MacBook Pro laptops, and the youngest 13-inch model, which retained the classic row of keys, including the Esc button, was already on sale. The iFixit workshop immediately acquired a copy of the novelty for its familiar experiences. Deprived of a touch OLED touchbar and two USB-C ports, the laptop managed to score only 2 points out of 10 on the iFixit maintainability scale. The pluses included the ability to pull out the touchpad without first removing the battery and upgrading the memory thanks to a removable solid-state drive (contains SanDisk SDRQKBDC4 064G flash memory and Apple 338S00227 controller). The cons turned out to be much more – the presence of branded Pentalobe screws, a 54.5 Wh battery firmly glued to the case, 8 GB RAM soldered into the motherboard (thus, there is no chance of increasing it), a proprietary PCIe connector for connecting SSD and Retina display, which is a single unit with glass. By the way, the capacity of the installed battery was reduced by 27% compared to its predecessor, but at the presentation the battery life was announced at the same level – 10 hours.