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Modèle A1502 / processeur Intel dual-core à 2.4, 2.6 ou 2.8 GHz / Sorti en octobre 2013

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Replacing a late 2013 model LCD screen with an early 2015 model LCD

I am looking to fix my 13" (late 2013) macbook pro retina LCD display.

I have a non functional (motherboard problems) (early 2015) macbook pro retina laptop with a fully functional display. I was wondering if I could replace the 2013 LCD with the 2015 model's screen, or are there different wirings that prevent me from doing that?

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If the screen assembly have on it the same lvds cables and antenna cables and webcam cables and if you are 100% sure that will be long enough to keep it in place closing and opening the lid , that will work, most of the cases. I already did it on a 2008 with 2010 pro screen, and i need to put much brightness on screen, but it works with higher brightness, because the 2010 have more length on lvds wire and have the same lvds and wifi &webcam connectors. You can also change the Hinges , to fit perfectly on it place. Also if the model is on both A1502 , you will have more chances to work. But you must check it out.

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So just look for to see if it shares the same cables and ports?

the frame itself is the exact same size. They are both 13". When put side by side they are nearly indistinguishable from each other

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Yes check the cable length and ports. I recommend also change the hinges, if it not the same (that hold the screen ) Be super careful to not bend the aluminum , or overscrew it.

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You can replace them but brightness functions will no work properly meaning the 2013 with a 2015 screen will not allow you to adjust brightness. If you want full functionality, you have to get a 2013/2014 display assembly

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I have the opposite problem. I have a 100% functioning A1502 Retina MacBook Pro 13” with cracked Screen, and a A1502 Retina MacBook Pro 13” with defect keyboard/waterdamage. Can I use a late 2013 Screen assembly on an early 2015 Machine?

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It will work for the most part, you wont be able to see what is the system doing until it finishes booting, unless you turn your flash light on and put it right on the screen to see what it is doing. There will be no backlight on the screen until it boots up to the OS for you to enter the Password, and that is what I'm actually running right now.

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