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[* black] MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012 Repairability Score: 4 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair).
[* green] Once you manage to take off the bottom cover, all the parts are pretty easily replaceable.
[* red] OpeningProprietary screws on the bottom cover is quite difficult if you don't havecase require the [product|IF145-090|right screwdriver]. It's clear that Apple didn't want people to open their machine.
[* red] All the components -- including RAM and SSD -- are proprietary, meaning that no off-the-shelf parts will workproprietary.
[* icon_note] This is a difficult machine for us to recommend because of the lack of upgradeability. The RAM and SSD are not currently upgradeable, although SSD options may become available
in it without serious riggingtime. While Apple's continued use of proprietary screws is helping our booming tool sales, it's a bad thing for consumers.
[* red] OpeningProprietary screws on the bottom cover is quite difficult if you don't havecase require the [product|IF145-090|right screwdriver]. It's clear that Apple didn't want people to open their machine.
[* red] All the components -- including RAM and SSD -- are proprietary, meaning that no off-the-shelf parts will workproprietary.
[* icon_note] This is a difficult machine for us to recommend because of the lack of upgradeability. The RAM and SSD are not currently upgradeable, although SSD options may become available
in it without serious riggingtime. While Apple's continued use of proprietary screws is helping our booming tool sales, it's a bad thing for consumers.