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apple imac pro has high-grade components but low-grade 'repairability'

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apple imac pro has high-grade components but low-grade 'repairability'

1 of 12opening up imac pro: high-grade components that are hard to replace the imac pro might be apple’s most powerful computer ever, but a recent teardown from ifixit reveals it’s also one of the hardest to repair. in a blog post on jan. 2, ifixit, a company that sells technology repair guides and tools, took apart apple’s all-in-one computer to see what’s hiding inside. the teardown revealed several surprises, including the ability to easily upgrade both the computer’s ram and cpu. and although the computer’s solid-state drives are “modular” and therefore upgradeable, they’re actually custom-made by apple and therefore a bit harder to replace. but after all the cutting, prying and unscrewing, ifixit found that apple’s imac pro is a tough mac to crack. read on to learn more about what’s inside and powering the imac pro. 2 of 12when it comes to upgrading ram, there’s good news and bad news if there’s anything power users want, it’s the ability to quickly replace memory and add better performance to their computers. luckily, imac pro users can do just that, according to ifixit. however, apple has eliminated the dedicated ram drawer that provided easy access to memory in earlier imac versions. therefore, it’ll take some time getting to the memory to replace it. 3 of 12teardown reveals apple’s partners after finally breaking open the imac pro, ifixit discovered all of the component makers apple partnered with to bring t...