Mac with most repairability (10 out of 10)?
What is the most repairable Apple Mac (desktop or laptop) ever made?
I would have to agree with remacberlin and maybe it is just because I have taken so many of these apart, but MacBooks model A1181 are easy to take apart and repair.
In terms of least repairable, I despise taking apart/fixing the PowerBook G4 12".
I've worked on dozens of Macs from all eras. The easiest to me are the old desktop and pizza box Macs. You can 'field strip' a Macintosh IIci without any tools and there's plenty of room to work.
The most difficult has been the Mac mini of a couple generations ago (the ones with the white top) and replacing the hard disk in an iBook G4. eMacs are real challenges too.
Macbook Pro retina has 1/10 score... everything is soldered or custom shape.
Not to mention battery is glued to the case.
You open it up have a look.. that's it.. not much to replace.
How is this "green" to apple? you have to throw away almost the wahole computer if one part goes bad.
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