Mac with most repairability (10 out of 10)?
What is the most repairable Apple Mac (desktop or laptop) ever made?
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.