When Apple announced its long-awaited MacBook Air 2018, they proudly called the Refresh "the greenest Mac ever" thanks to its 100% recycled aluminum shell. Well, a demolition of iFixit suggests that it's a much easier to fix laptop than Apple's other models, though it does not score as well as the MacBook Air 2015.
In particular, the demolition points to it The new model relies much more on tape than on the "sticky solvents" of previous models. These strips can easily be peeled off to disassemble the laptop while the solvents "break" the process previously. The demolition also confirms the recent reports that the battery of the MacBook Air 201
Other design enhancements, including the Touch ID sensor and the Thunderbolt ports on separate logic boards, bring more good news. This means that the motherboard does not need to be completely replaced just because one port fails.
However, all these changes did not result in a total of three repair results for the MacBook Air 10. Removable tape may be better than glue, but iFixit still prefers reusable screws. The report is also critical to the lack of upgradeable RAM or memory. However, it reverses Apple's recent trend towards MacBooks, which are almost irreparable of repair.