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MacBook Pro产品线正在精简···真的吗?13英寸版本MacBook Pro依旧保有两种模具,但两者的差别仅仅能通过接口数量进行辨认。苹果保留入门配置并通过某种手段将Touch Bar放入了这款机型。还是说这是现有(更贵)版本MacBook Pro的简化版本。抑或是说这是一款全新的产品,让我们拆开它,找到我们所想要的答案。

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  1. 在我们深入之前,让我们来看看这款机型为我们带来了什么: 13.3英寸LED背光IPS视网膜级显示屏,分辨率2560 × 1600(227 dpi)支持P3色域 1.4 GHz四核心Intel Core i5处理器(可睿频加速至3.9 GHz)内建Intel Iris Plus 645 GPU
    • 在我们深入之前,让我们来看看这款机型为我们带来了什么:

    • 13.3英寸LED背光IPS视网膜级显示屏,分辨率2560 × 1600(227 dpi)支持P3色域

    • 1.4 GHz四核心Intel Core i5处理器(可睿频加速至3.9 GHz)内建Intel Iris Plus 645 GPU

    • 板载8 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3内存

    • 128 GB、256 GB、512 GB、1 TB或是2 TB PCIe SSD存储

    • 双雷雳3(USB-C)端口,支持充电、显示输出、雷电接口以及USB3.1 Gen2

    • Apple T2定制协处理器

    • 虽然看起来很熟悉,但这款MacBook拥有一个新型号:A2159或是EMC 3301。

  2. 我们很高兴耳机接口依旧存活,虽然它看起来有些孤单。对于一款“Pro”机型,两个接口加一个耳机接口的配置是不是看起来有点寒酸? 目前为止的拆解方式有点儿老套。使用一把梅花螺丝刀以及一些个撬片便能让我们拆解进入机器内部。事实上,它和带有功能键版本的MacBook Pro极为相似。 新版本带有58.2 Wh的电池,相较于旧版的54.5 Wh有些许提升。这可能就是为什么加入了Touch Bar、Touch ID以及T2芯片以后依旧能保持10小时的续航能力。
    • 我们很高兴耳机接口依旧存活,虽然它看起来有些孤单。对于一款“Pro”机型,两个接口加一个耳机接口的配置是不是看起来有点寒酸?

    • 目前为止的拆解方式有点儿老套。使用一把梅花螺丝刀以及一些个撬片便能让我们拆解进入机器内部。事实上,它和带有功能键版本的MacBook Pro极为相似。

    • 新版本带有58.2 Wh的电池,相较于旧版的54.5 Wh有些许提升。这可能就是为什么加入了Touch Bar、Touch ID以及T2芯片以后依旧能保持10小时的续航能力。

    • 甚至在更贵的13英寸版本上都只使用了58 Wh的电池,而更贵的版本拥有更多的核心以及更高的TDP能耗。

    • 为了在Touch Bar旁边为Touch ID腾出空间,苹果似乎削短了左侧热管的长度(下侧)。参见2016款“功能键”版本(上侧)。

    • 我们需要为此担心吗?散热能力似乎在这些超薄的“Pro”系列笔记本中已经被无视了。新处理器的15W TDP并不比2016款小。

    • 在我们的Manta螺丝刀套件的帮助下,我们卸下螺丝,将电池排线卸下以断开电源。

    • 在曾经2016款上存活的模块化SSD的位置上,我们剥离了遮盖的贴纸,并看到了一个被焊死的屏蔽罩。这也许不惊讶,但实在让人失望。MacBook Pro产品线上剩下的唯一能升级的组件消失了。

    It might have been upgradeable but since no third party drive ever came to be, what was the use.

    jridder - 回复

    It looks to me like Apple really don’t want you to ‘play about’ in the innards, hence the glued down parts!

    Paul - 回复

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    一个新的屏幕或电池就在一个套件之内。

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  4. 扬声器以及风扇相较于2016年的前辈也更加无力。 苹果的音频工程师基本上都是奇才,但我们对在更小的扬声器上保持原有的音质的可能性持有怀疑态度。 只有一些六角螺丝固定着这个扬声器,它们并不像其他型号那样被粘合剂固定。这个拆解简单到不能再简单了。
    • 扬声器以及风扇相较于2016年的前辈也更加无力。

    • 苹果的音频工程师基本上都是奇才,但我们对在更小的扬声器上保持原有的音质的可能性持有怀疑态度。

    • 只有一些六角螺丝固定着这个扬声器,它们并不像其他型号那样被粘合剂固定。这个拆解简单到不能再简单了。

    • 这种模块化设计的雷雳接口是一个很好的升级设计。之前它们都是被焊接在主板上的。这种新设计更适合其Pro产品线的特征。

    • 接着深入,我们拆出了另一个模块化的杰作:耳机接口。这个模块包括了耳机接口、麦克风以及Touch ID,拆解更换无需对主板大动干戈。

    The predecessor was the mid-2017 Function Keys MacBook Pro 13”, not the late-2016 model.

    Slipp D - 回复

    Apparently that headphone jack module has a Hall-effect sensor that is extremely fragile and will be ruined if you touch it. Oh, and the whole assembly is so fragile you’re suppose to replace it every time it gets removed.

    Scott Remick - 回复

    a este modelo se le puede cambiar el ssd? o esta fijo y soldado?

    Seal Garza - 回复

    Fixed and soldered.

    Fijo y soldado.

    Arthur Shi -

  5. 让我们拿出主板看看有什么内容吧: Intel SREZ2 Core i5-8257U处理器 Apple APL1027 339S00604 T2协处理器
    • 让我们拿出主板看看有什么内容吧:

    • Intel SREZ2 Core i5-8257U处理器

    • Apple APL1027 339S00604 T2协处理器

    • 2个三星K4E6E304EC-EGCG 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM (此面共计4 GB)

    • 东芝 TSB 42260 F1473 TWNA1 1914 64 GB闪存

    • Intel JHL7540 雷电3控制器

    • 338S00267-A0(可能是苹果的电源管理集成电路)

  6. 我们在背面找到了更多的芯片: NXP 80V18 NFC安全模块
    • 我们在背面找到了更多的芯片:

    • NXP 80V18 NFC安全模块

    • 德州仪器CD3217B12以及TPS51980B(可能是电源控制器)

    • 两个三星K4E6E304EC-EGCG 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM (此侧共计4 GB,总计8GB内存)

    • 东芝 TSB 42260 F1473 TWNA1 1914 64 GB闪存(总计128GB)

    • Cirrus Logic CS42L83A音频编解码器

    • Intersil 95828A HRTZ X915HKB以及9240H1 8905FD

    • Murata 1SA 339S00616 SS9521026(可能是苹果电源管理集成电路)

    What is the silkscreen marking on the 2 devices (speaker drivers) at the top right corner of the PCB?

    Bito Zapata - 回复

  7. 至于键盘部分,这块键盘是5月份早期MacBook Pro内发现的3.5代蝶式键盘。 就像上一款一样,这款全新的MacBook Pro已经包括在了苹果的键盘服务计划列表中,以及几乎是全新的MacBook Air也出现在了列表之中
    • 至于键盘部分,这块键盘是5月份早期MacBook Pro内发现的3.5代蝶式键盘。

    • 就像上一款一样,这款全新的MacBook Pro已经包括在了苹果的键盘服务计划列表中,以及几乎是全新的MacBook Air也出现在了列表之中

    • 目前还不清楚苹果是认为这款键盘需要进一步维修,还是只是为他们受伤的顾客打一针强心针。

    • 有传言称,苹果很快便会将他们的蝶式键盘设计得更好,回到从前的剪刀式结构。或许是从各种结构中选取所长。

  8. 我们对其进行了一些微小的探索,暂时就是这些。我们确在这款键盘紊乱的MacBook中找到了些惊喜。回顾一下:
    • 我们对其进行了一些微小的探索,暂时就是这些。我们确在这款键盘紊乱的MacBook中找到了些惊喜。回顾一下:

    • Touch Bar版本带来了焊死的SSD[:(] ,模块化的接口[:)],更小的扬声器以及散热模块[:|],以及T2芯片

    • 键盘使用了升级后的材料,但它依旧出现在键盘服务计划之中。就如同蝴蝶一般,这款键盘可能很快便会凋零。

  9. 2019款13英寸双雷雳接口MacBook Pro得到了2分的可维修分数(10分满分,最易维修):
    • 2019款13英寸双雷雳接口MacBook Pro得到了2分的可维修分数(10分满分,最易维修):

    • 可以在不移除电池的情况下移除触控板。

    • 特有的梅花螺丝对于维修依旧是个困扰。

    • 电池部件被粘合剂牢牢地粘合在机身上,使得这个消耗品极难更换。

    • 焊接的RAM限制了可维修性以及设备寿命。

    • SSD不再是个可更换部件,只不过前几代版本的SSD已经是个定制化部件,新款被焊接在板上的存储也并没有多大差别。

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I love how professional these breakdowns have become over the years!

Sterling Bourne - 回复

SSD chips do go bad over time; most vendors recommend total replacement after 240 gigabytes of overwrites per gigabyte of chip. Soldering down the SSD flash chips means these machines need Ball Grid Array rework when reconditioned for resale after lease return. Apple will be doing that rework, so we can maybe assume the ticklish microsurgery doesn't phase them?

Why solder them down in the first place? Because of the T2 chip. T2 is very…possessive of SSD memory.

John Turner - 回复

But apple is not gonna do the repair beyond the warranty, so I don't believe it's a consolation that apple would do that repair when I buy computers to last me a decade. You seem even a bit optimistic about this.

pIFIa -

I’m very curious about SSD failures over time. Are there are any stats out there? I’m talking about the high quality NAND used in the likes of Apple SSDs and not USB/SD-card failures.

biscuit -

Ya no. Nearly every consumer grade SSD comes with a 5 year warranty (or ~150 TBW per 250 GB). An SSD will last for decades without issue or loss of space. Modern SSDs eclipse traditional HDDs and even those these days can last a good chunk of time (my NAS is purring and it’s HDDs are about 6 years old).

When you say “most vendors” I’m sure you meant to say no one. People have long been crunching theoretical usage patterns in most general consumer usage against SSDs and have figured they’ll last something like 15 years, give or take. Obviously it depends on your usage pattern, but if you wrote 20 GB per day, every day for the life of drive, you’ll hit the manufacturers estimates in ~ 20 years (150 TBW per 250 GB). And that’s the bottom end. So at the bare minimum, with even aggressive usage (45GB a day), you’re likely going to see 10 years, easy. That’s if the drive dies right at 150 TBW/250GB, which is pretty %#*@ unlikely.

Tiem -

RECOMMENDED UPGRADE FROM BASE WOULD BE RAM OR PROCESSOR ? Thanks guys

Yolo - 回复

Ram, processor bump isn’t that significant. More ram will help it feel snappier after you have more background tasks going.

Seth Arvila -

Both, you can’t decide later on. But if you really are pushed for one, do the RAM, or better still the SSD size.

Charlie Nancarrow -

Totally RAM for sure.

pop -

RAM obviously. Processor is limited by cooling - upgrade to the other 13’ with double cooling fans if you need more CPU performance.

Anton Akusok - 回复

Good overview. A throwaway device should be at throwaway prices. Apple could give these things away if the customer would sign a long term rental agreement for iCloud Drive, Apple Music, and other Apple rental units. I do like the repairability and upgradeability of my 2012 MBP though.

R A Stothart - 回复

Why is there an NFC chip?

Jan Pilar - 回复

How about a complete keyboard replacement due to a liquid damage?

How easy it is to replace it.

Ave Coopman - 回复

I also have a 2012 MBP. What do you recommend to upgrade mine, to increase speed? Mine is very sluggish.

Josée - 回复

339S00616 is more likely to be BCM4361

tre8154 - 回复

People say that the Mac Book Pro is quiet and not hot.

I don’t wonder why. I wonder why do they buy it.

Doing stuff that need less than 7W TDP call for a 7W TDP Atom (or, slightly better, Celeron or i3 or i5). You don’t need this in a expensive, irreparable platform.) Yes it look cool. I would say Microsoft Surface is better (CHEAPER?! seriously, apple.)

Solder-on HARDDRIVE? What the what.

Let’s face it. When your computer broke down (not the connector, not the keyboard, since most often it’s the motherboard), and you are stuck with two soldered on-board chips guarded by T2, I don’t know what you would like to do.

When any other computer broke down you can at least have a chance to visit your harddrive’s contents by pulling it out.

Connect the surface mount chip to another surface mount device to inspect it? Sure. But who will do that?

Xavier Jiang - 回复

Да и вообще SSD на 128 Гб в 2019 году - это просто бред. Apple, WTF?

My MacBook Pro 2011 has 320 Gb!

Mac Blanc -

Reminds me of the inside of an iphone, or ipad Looks as though Apple has applied the success of that technology to their laptop line. Thus making their laptop just another version of that design. It is inevitable that the iPad and Laptop will eventually morph into one as they are coming so close together in operational capability at this point. This appears to confirm that assumption Basically this 2019 macbook pro is nothing more than an iPad design, with external ports and a keyboard. I’m not at all surprised.

Paul Myres - 回复

About the comments concerning the SSD lifetime: I had a Mid-2012 Retina Macbook Pro bought 7 years ago, a few days after it came out. It had the first SSD in a MacBook Pro, the first Retina display and I maxed it out to 16GB RAM. I’ll have to admit that I had my doubts about the longevity of the SSD at the time.

Well that MacBook Pro got used heavily at least 10 hours a day for 7 years until finally the logic board died. I took out the SSD and I’m still using it inside an enclosure, attached via USB to my new Mac!

Surely the SSD technology has improved since 2012? But even if the tech hasn’t improved at all, I can tell you from experience that your MacBook SSD will most likely outlast the usable lifetime of the laptop (or other components).

Scott Lowe - 回复

Completely agree - there was a webpage about an SSD test where 250GB drives were continuously written until they failed. TLDR - every 250GB of SSD provide 25 years of heavy office use (based on actual heaviest office use among the place running an experiment). So a 1TB drive is good for a century of realistic heavy workload. Even with QLC that has 1/3 of an endurance these are ridiculously long life times that only concern Cloud servers and the like.

https://techreport.com/review/27909/the-...

Anton Akusok -

So this is the Touch Bar version? What about the non touch bar version, does it still have a replaceable SSD for this years model?

Jon Smith - 回复

@gadgetuser The non-Touch Bar version has been reworked into what you see in this teardown—Apple reconfigured it and added a Touch Bar. In other words, all MacBook Pros now come with a Touch Bar. If you want a Touch Bar-less notebook computer new from Apple in 2019, the Retina MacBook Air is your only option.

Jeff Suovanen -

This is why I have abandoned MacBook back in 2014. I don’t see any reason why I should spend my money on the computer that lasts till the first component breakdown. This just proves Apple arrogance and how user unfriendly they have become.

chopperpl - 回复

In my opinion, every claim Apple makes about being environmentally responsible and their products being recyclable is nullified by their continued policy of intentionally engineered obsolescence. Hard soldering in RAM and SSD, and glueing in the battery serves no-one but Apple and since recycling is the least best option compared to repair or re-use, their hypocrisy is staggering. Sure, we like thin products but not that much. Why don’t they try launching a 2mm thicker variant of the MacBook Pro with user replaceable RAM, industry standard SSD and battery, and standard USB ports, then see which one users will end up buying. I for one would certainly prefer to know that my money is buying something that will still be working or repairable in 10 years time rather than the current time-bombs Apple is producing where the SSD and battery WILL fail as the technology is inherently degenerative.

nick - 回复

“…as the technology is inherently degenerative.”

“…glueing in the battery serves no-one but Apple…”

“…recycling is the least best option compared to repair or re-use…”

When you make false statements like that, you can create all kinds of incorrect conclusions. Let me correct you.

SSD life and reliability is better than it has ever been. The same can be said of Li battery life.

Permanently attaching the battery lowers the cost (consumer benfit), prevents shifting (consumer benefit), and allows for more space and thus the maximum size battery / capacity (consumer benefit). It motivates the manufacturer to use batteries of the highest quality, since they know that every user who has to have their battery replaced prematurely results in a negative mark on the company, and potential loss of future sales (qualtiy battery = consumer benefit).

Every item you use goes into a landfill. Recycling puts it into a finite ‘recycling’ loop, but every product eventually leaves that loop and goes into the ground. Think about that.

Great Guy -

How many fan in this model? Previous basic model got only one.

pop - 回复

This model just has one fan. The higher-end MacBook Pro models have two.

Adam O'Camb -

Вот же пидрилы вонючие! 128 Гб! Они серьёзно? WTF??? 2019 год на дворе! Накопитель на всего лишь 128 Гб без возможности замены! Они пидоpacы во всех смыслах этого слова!

Mac Blanc - 回复

does this model feature a data recover port like earlier models with soldered-on SSD's?

Matthew Gardener - 回复

我想看2019款13英寸MacBook Pro 4雷雳口的拆解

季羿臣 - 回复

For all those complaining about upgrades, remember that Macs are targeted towards users who don’t tinker with their systems. They just want something that works out of the box. To that end, the MacBook Pro does that. We use them for our creative department at work; I use them for my IT work. We have a ton of PC laptops too. We service the PC laptops all day. We never touch the Mac laptops, because they just work. We have super old MacBooks that are still serviceable with the OEM components.

Also remember that software is coded for specific hardware. Programmers are not going to create code that’s backward compatible forever, and eventually support gets dropped for older hardware. Typical consumers don’t need a computer that lasts forever. They need, and want, one that works with current applications and fits in with the current trends.

Great Guy - 回复

Any suggestion on mac pro custom built? Looking for one with dual operating system.

Aeron Le - 回复

The previous year macbooks had a major issue where the display connector backlight pin (a high voltage pin) was next to a low voltage pin that goes directly to the CPU (potentially, and historically, frying CPU’s). Did they fix that in this model and stick a ground pin between the two?

Matthew Garcia - 回复

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