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-From the Apple presentation it appeared the SSD flash chips are soldered! This makes sense as it follows the same design the T2 chip uses in the other systems it was used in: iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2018, and the new MacBook Air as well. Apple uses raw flash chips in a very different design than what a typical SSD drive uses.
+From the Apple presentation it appeared the SSD flash chips are soldered! This makes sense as it follows the same design the T2 chip uses in the other systems it is used in: iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2018, and the new MacBook Air as well. Apple uses raw flash chips in a very different design than what a typical SSD drive uses.
The systems cooling was improved dramatically! It looks like the space the drives once used is now taken by the fan.
The good news is the RAM is serviceable! So you can upgrade it later and from the presentation it will support 64 GB of RAM!

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From the Apple presentation it appeared the SSD flash chips are soldered! This makes sense as it follows the same design the T2 chip uses in the other systems it was used in: iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2018, and the new MacBook Air as well. Apple uses raw flash chips in a very different design than what a typical SSD drive uses.
The systems cooling was improved dramatically! It looks like the space the drives once used is now taken by the fan.
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+The good news is the RAM is serviceable! So you can upgrade it later and from the presentation it will support 64 GB of RAM!

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Editado por: Dan ,

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-From the Apple presentation it appeared the SSD flash chips are soldered! This makes sense as it follows the same design the T2 chip uses in the older systems it was used: iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2018, and the new MacBook Air as well. Apple uses raw flash chips in a very different design than what a typical SSD drive uses.
+From the Apple presentation it appeared the SSD flash chips are soldered! This makes sense as it follows the same design the T2 chip uses in the other systems it was used in: iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2018, and the new MacBook Air as well. Apple uses raw flash chips in a very different design than what a typical SSD drive uses.
The systems cooling was improved dramatically! It looks like the space the drives once used is now taken by the fan.

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From the Apple presentation it appeared the SSD flash chips are soldered! This makes sense as it follows the same design the T2 chip uses in the older systems it was used: iMac Pro, MacBook Pro 2018, and the new MacBook Air as well. Apple uses raw flash chips in a very different design than what a typical SSD drive uses.

The systems cooling was improved dramatically! It looks like the space the drives once used is now taken by the fan.

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open