Traditionally Apple devices scored the lowest points in iFixit's re-analysis This was not the case with the new Mac Pro. Although it is clearly not suitable for grating cheese, iFixit's conclusion is that it is "high in recycling", especially when compared to other new Mac models.
With each important device reaching the market, like all of Apple, Fixit developed a disaslaka guide for understand a little better how the devices actually interact
Mac Pro is a very easy tool to fix Apple
From the Mac Pro's iFixit disassembly guide we can find many conclusions over a simple or small adjustment. For example, it's nice to know that you won't need any special tools to distribute the new Mac Pro. They can only distinguish it with a few Torx screws, a Phillips screw, a hex key and a little more.
"The new Mac Pro is a wonder of "Fixmas": good, well-equipped and a good repeatable category. We love that a good portion of the modules can be changed without any tools; we like to be used (mostly) for standard screws and connectors; we like the number of steps and drawings for specific repairs on the device; and, most of all, we love free repair video brochures and videos
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Another curiosity they found was that The SSD hard drive is connected to the Apple T2 chip, which means you can't update the internal storage later on that slot, because the Mac Pro has it eight PCI Express expansion centers that we can connect to new disks.