Macbook Pro 13 Inch Teardown Video

September 1st, 2009

We just released our latest teardown take apart video. This time we’re showing you how to take apart the Macbook Pro 13 Inch Unibody model.

The video as well as the source files (so you can download them to your computer or iPod) can be found at the link below or can be viewed in the embedded player below:

Click Here to Go to the Macbook Pro 13 Inch Teardown

Want to see all of our teardown videos? They’re all available at our Free Repair Guides Home.

The Video is also embedded below:

30 Responses to “Macbook Pro 13 Inch Teardown Video”

  1. Lance says:

    Nice and simple. Looks much easier to get into than my Mini!

  2. Sherry says:

    I’m glad you guys/gals do that for a living and not me! Kinda like a car, I don’t know how it works, I’m just the operator!

    (Also, Macbook giveaway comment.)

  3. Godan says:

    Nice set of guides!

    ..if only i had a mac..

  4. Ron says:

    Thanks for the video … I’ll share it with our support guys.

    And thanks for the Macbook give away contest!

  5. Dave C says:

    The embeded video here fails, I had to view it from the article page

  6. Ummm, if this voids all Apple warranties, why would someone want to do it?

  7. Bradley says:

    What OS / browser are you using? It’s working here.

  8. Bradley says:

    Most people don’t realize that any user inflicted damage already voids your warranty. So if you’ve spilled something into your laptop, dropped it, etc, your warranty is likely already void. Also, many people like to upgrade their units without the high cost, and you can do that by working on your own machine.

  9. Jason says:

    Thanks for the vid and the giveaway contest!

  10. Joseph Sims says:

    Sheer brutality, pulling apart that helpless machine.

  11. Paul says:

    Thanks for creating these free take-apart videos. I love my Powerbook but I am “mechanically challenged” so your videos such as this are tremendously helpful.

  12. Julie says:

    What a great service you offer. My husband (learning from past mistakes) has started taking still photos at various points while taking apart his Macs.

  13. Joe says:

    Always like the teardowns

  14. Janet says:

    so amazing. I would be too scared to do that on my own!

  15. chris Dunaway says:

    Wow–That video gives you a good insight on what it takes to tear down.I would be somewhat scared to do it–But the video would help!!

    Thanks Chris Dunaway

    Twitter name Tnmountain

  16. voltiosin says:

    Thanks 4 the videos.

  17. BrokeHipster says:

    After I (fingerscrossedhopinghopinghoping) win that laptop, I hope I never need to use this helpful demonstration of how to get at the core of my machine.

  18. Dave Frost says:

    Powerbook Medic is the Best!

    I have been looking at used PBooks and, as usual, your repair manual makes it look easy to own and fix. I have been using your repair manuals since I got my Pismo 10 years ago and still have it and using it daily. Now, with Snow Leopard, guess it is finally time to get an Intel?

    Dave Frost

  19. Okh says:

    Very interesting videos. Thanks for the mobile download!

  20. chicagopana says:

    I want to win that macbook so I can be free of the Windows prison…

  21. JTT says:

    Cool video.

  22. FrancescaS says:

    Look at a Mac inside is very fascinating..

  23. Sophia says:

    Yeah, be free with Mac! Fly!

  24. natalie says:

    cool video….cool contest! C’mon MACBOOK!

  25. amber says:

    Awesome! More please. I love the teardown vids.

  26. Nitzan says:

    seems very helpful but I’m afraid if ever I take something apart I’ll never successfully piece it together. A video best left for the technically gifted 🙂

  27. Erica says:

    Doesn’t this void the warranty?

  28. Bradley says:

    Yes it does, but many people void their warranty the second they drop the machine or get a dent in it.

  29. denologis says:

    actually I do not have enough braveness to do that. 😀
    well, it is better to me to learn more and more. isn’t?

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