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[* black] Stack them if you have them. Here we take a look athave the MacBook Pro 13" layered on top of today's main attraction, the MacBook Pro 15". No surprise here,15"—and apart from the port layoutssize difference, they appear near identical. We're itching to see how similar (or not) they are identical between both modelsinside.
[* red] The MacBook Pro 15" can be identified byidentifies as model number '''A1707''', which fits nicely between the A1706 and A1708 from our previous two teardowns.
[* black] Stack them if you have them. Here we take a look athave the MacBook Pro 13" layered on top of today's main attraction, the MacBook Pro 15". No surprise here,15"—and apart from the port layoutssize difference, they appear near identical. We're itching to see how similar (or not) they are identical between both modelsinside.
[* red] The MacBook Pro 15" can be identified byidentifies as model number '''A1707''', which fits nicely between the A1706 and A1708 from our previous two teardowns.
[* icon_reminder] In case you forgot, this laptop was ''Designed by Apple in California'' and ''Assembled in China''.
[* black] Just like the [guide|9462|previous line of MBP|stepid=36188|new_window=true], there are long air intake vents under the left and right sides. If this computer is anything like its [guide|73480|little brother|stepid=148019|new_window=true], these vents should serve double-duty as speaker outlets.