The worst thing about the MacBook Pro’s non-replaceable SSD

Apple’s 2016 MacBook Pro has received plenty of criticism from all sorts of potential buyers, even though the machine is probably one of the best laptops you can buy . Some people hate the lack of ports, while others would love to be able to add more RAM to the laptop or upgrade the storage in the future. If you buy an entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, you’ll at least be able to replace the SSD yourself . But Touch Bar versions come with soldered SSDs. That means users are stuck with the initial storage, and a discovery tells us that’s a rather scary prospect when it comes to data recovery. DON’T MISS: New MacBook Pro ad places Apple’s laptop among some of history’s greatest inventions iFixit tore down both the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros with Touch Bar and found that both have soldered SSDs. But the gadgets repair site also discovered that the laptops have a hidden internal port that doesn’t connect to anything. “Look who we ran into again! The connector to nowhere,” the company wrote in its 15-inch MacBook Pro teardown. “Scuttlebutt in the comments on our last teardown is that Apple may have included this to access

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