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The new MacBook’s battery is replaceable, but Apple recommends bringing it to them for maintenance and replacement if needed. Here’s what Apple says about the battery:
MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro computers with built-in batteries should only replace batteries with an Apple Authorized Service Provider or Apple Retail Store. Attempting to replace a built-in battery could damage the equipment and such damage is not covered by the warranty.
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