Battery capacity greater than 2012 Edition, Core i5-4250U’s MacBook Air 13 mid 2013 completely disassembled




Battery capacity greater than 2012 Edition, Core i5-4250U’s MacBook Air 13 mid 2013 completely disassembled
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MacBook Air update to the Haswell processor, and iFixit also demolished a hands let us glimpse the internal architecture.

2013 MacBook Air into a new era, mainly U with Intel SoC architecture processors, leading Ultrabook PC camp opened the first in the market to sell.

Perhaps many people do not Retina Display MacBook Air disappointed, but just as WWDC declared, this notebook is a work around the clock device, equipped with ultra-high-resolution panels in the case is bound to make life reduced, Perhaps this also forced Apple to make a choice now.

MacBook Air 13 Mid 2013 version in appearance, with the Mid 2013 did the big difference, of course, there are a lot of internal architecture changes.


Battery, the 2013 version is 7.6V, 7150mAh, while the 2012 is a 7.3V, 6700mAh, if in accordance with the earlier Haswell ULT processor endurance test, this generation of MacBook Air endurance up more than the Ivy Bridge version , There are many other changes.



SSD part, using a PCIe design, this will be faster than in the past mSATA SSD 45%. Dismantling SSD controller from Samsung, model S4LN053X01-8030, with 16 Samsung K9LDGY8SIC-XCK0 particles.


Also in the processor, as is the integration of PCH, Intel HD Graphics and CPU, so it seems with a large area of ​​some, but also because it must adopt a new thermal design.

This station is disassembled machine is Core i5-4250U processor, with Intel HD Graphics 5000, clock 1.3GHz, Turbo Boost can then reach 2.6GHz, TDP is 15W. Thunderbolt controller Intel Z246TA38.



Wireless Internet section, there BROADCOM BCM4360 and Skyworks SE5516’s dual-band 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac WLAN.


MacBook Air’s SSD (if you can find yourself PCIe SSD, it may have the means), and memory is no way replaceable, so the time of purchase, remember to determine a good size to start again, or had to re-buy the .


iFixit concluded that the 2013 version of the MacBook Air in the maintenance Difficult part of 4 minutes (the hardest of 1 minute, the easiest of 10 points).


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