If you happened to purchase one of Apple's shiny new Retina display MacBook Pros, you probably know by now that it is considered to be one of the least repairable laptops in the world.
Shortly after its release, DIY repair gurus iFixit tore down the device, finding unspeakable horrors such as soldered ram, glued parts, Pentalobe screws and irreparable display assembly.
Luckily for any unfortunate consumers without Apple Care and mountains of cash, iFixit recently released an in-depth repair manual with a grand total of 16 new guides detailing the most efficient ways to disassemble and reassemble the laptop.
The manual features 15 installation guides and a maintenance guide to go along with their two tear down guides. Of course, repairing the laptop and replacing parts won't be easy, and iFixit offers plenty of warnings before going down that road.
However, if you've got a brave soul and an itching for some adventure, head on over to the iFixit manual to perform things such as a DIY SSD upgrades, battery replacements or fan repairs.