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Sorry, no it won't work here.
 
The issue is the Samsung MZ-DPC2560/0A2 unit currently in your MacBook Pro retina late '12 is not a PCIe interfaced SSD it's a custom mSATA device.
 
Your 27" iMac needslate '13 has a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M.2|M.2 PCIe interface] for your newer iMac late '13interface]. The only problem here is no one has released an upgrade part yet. Check

Check
out [http://eshop.macsales.com|OWC] as well as the other Mac upgrade sources to see when they have a solution. The other alternative is to go to an Apple authorized service center to order the part from Apple for you.
Your 27" iMac needslate '13 has a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M.2|M.2 PCIe interface] for your newer iMac late '13interface]. The only problem here is no one has released an upgrade part yet. Check

Check
out [http://eshop.macsales.com|OWC] as well as the other Mac upgrade sources to see when they have a solution. The other alternative is to go to an Apple authorized service center to order the part from Apple for you.

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Message d'origine par : Dan ,

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Sorry, no it won't work here.

The issue is the Samsung MZ-DPC2560/0A2 unit currently in your MacBook Pro retina late '12 is not a PCIe interfaced SSD it's a custom mSATA device.

Your iMac needs a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M.2|M.2 PCIe interface] for your newer iMac late '13. The only problem here is no one has released an upgrade part yet. Check out [http://eshop.macsales.com|OWC] as well as the other Mac upgrade sources to see when they have a solution. The other alternative is to go to an Apple authorized service center to order the part from Apple for you.

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