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Well I’m going to bust your bubble there is no 2012 MacBook, there is a MacBook Pro system (MacBookPro9,2) which is very similar to your 2010 (MacBook7,1). As you can see comparing the logic boards them selfselfs there is enough differences which just doesn’t make it possible!
Well I’m going to bust your bubble there is no 2012 MacBook, there is a MacBook Pro system (MacBookPro9,2) which is very similar to your 2010 (MacBook7,1). As you can see comparing the logic boards them selfselfs there is enough differences which just doesn’t make it possible!
 
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[product|IF163-044]
 
And here’s the only 2012 model that is similar [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/specs/macbook-pro-core-i5-2.5-13-mid-2012-unibody-usb3-specs.html|13” MacBook Pro 2.5 GHz Core i5 (Mid-2012)]

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Well I’m going to bust your bubble there is no 2012 MacBook, there is a MacBook Pro system (MacBookPro9,2) which is very similar to your 2010 (MacBook7,1). As you can see comparing the logic boards them self there is enough differences which just doesn’t make it possible!
 
[product|IF160-028]
 
[product|IF163-044]
 
And here’s the only 2012 model that is similar [https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/specs/macbook-pro-core-i5-2.5-13-mid-2012-unibody-usb3-specs.html|13” MacBook Pro 2.5 GHz Core i5 (Mid-2012)]

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Contribution d'origine par : Dan ,

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Well I’m going to bust your bubble there is no 2012 MacBook, there is a MacBook Pro system (MacBookPro9,2) which is very similar to your 2010 (MacBook7,1). As you can see comparing the logic boards them self there is enough differences which just doesn’t make it possible!

[product|IF160-028]

[product|IF163-044]

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