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Düzenleyen: Adam O'Camb

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[* black] In a lone piece of happy repair news: the trackpad is replaceable as ever. Twirl away a few Torx screws, and off it flies.
-[* black] We get our first taste of some chips under the trackpad (looking virtually unchanged from their first outing [guide|73480|back in 2016|stepid=147888]):
+[* black] We get our first taste of some chips under the trackpad (looking virtually unchanged from their first outing [guide|73480|back in 2016|stepid=147888|new_window=true]):
[* red] STMicroelectronics [https://www.st.com/en/microcontrollers/stm32f103vb.html|STM32F103VB|new_window=true] ARM Cortex-M3 MCU
[* orange] Broadcom BCM5976C1KUFBG Touch Controller
[* yellow] Maxim Integrated MAX11291ENX 24-Bit, 6-Channel Delta-Sigma ADC
[* green] Meanwhile, we can't help but notice the earlier model's [guide|73480|port to nowhere|stepid=147879|new_window=true]—which [https://9to5mac.com/2016/11/24/apple-special-cdm-tool-macbook-pro-ssd-recover-repairs/|turned out to be for data recovery|new_window=true]—is mysteriously absent.
[* icon_reminder] Given this MacBook's non-removable storage, Apple must have a new recovery method. Any ideas?