Introduction

Nous avons démonté le nouveau MacBook Pro 15" avec écran Retina dans l'espoir qu'Apple en ait fait un modèle plus facile à réparer que le modèle mi-2012 du début. Malheureusement, ce n'était pas une expérience favorable, en fait les choses ont (légèrement) tourné mal.

Même la prise jack est maintenant soudée à la carte mère, et il s'agit là d'un composant qui s'use sans doute avec le temps. Les utilisateurs n'ont pas besoin d'être bruts en utilisant ce port, l'usage normal suffit à le rendre défaillant au bout d'un moment.

Pour ceux d'entre nous qui tiennent à la réparation, prenez note que ceci est votre seule option 15". Apple a arrêté de vendre les MacBook Pro sans écran Retina.

Vous voulez apprendre plus sur la réparation et trouver de l'inspiration pour réparer quelque chose vous-même ? Allez donc voir iFixit.org.

Cette vue éclatée n'est pas un tutoriel de réparation. Pour réparer votre MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013, utilisez notre manuel de réparation.

  1. Cet appareil de premier ordre d'Apple dispose de spécifications impressionnantes :
    • Cet appareil de premier ordre d'Apple dispose de spécifications impressionnantes :

      • Intel Core i7 quad-core 2,0 GHz

      • Mémoire intégrée DDR3L 8 Go de 1600 MHz

      • Un bonheur de PCIe SSD de 256 Go

      • Graphiques Intel Iris Pro

      • Caméra FaceTime HD 720p

      • 802.11ac Wi‑Fi réseau sans fil

      • Bluetooth 4.0

    Does anyone noticed that the bottom cover and the bottom case is actually linked with the black plastic near the battery?! After the first time you open the cover, it will be impossible to put it back to the original place. Does the critical?! Thanks a lot for informing

    jamiegan835 - Réponse

  2. Mise à jour facile numéro 2 : ajoutez une nouvelle carte AirPort prenant en charge le Wi-Fi 802.11ac.
    • Mise à jour facile numéro 2 : ajoutez une nouvelle carte AirPort prenant en charge le Wi-Fi 802.11ac.

      • Le fournisseur de prédilection d'Apple en ce qui concerne la prise en charge de 802.11ac est encore à l'œuvre. Le BCM4360 de Broadcom sur cette carte AirPort rend possible le fonctionnement sur bande 5 GHz à une vitesse jusqu'à 1,3 Gbps .

      • Un processeur à puce unique Bluetooth 4.0 BCM20702 Broadcom vous simplifiera la vie au niveau Bluetooth.

      • Nous trouvons également deux modules frontaux WLAN Skyworks SE5516 dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac.

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    • Une des quelques différences est le fait que le MBP 15" dispose maintenant d'un dissipateur thermique aux lignes épurées, comprenant juste une seule semelle de dissipation thermique grâce au GPU étroitement intégré, nous l'attribuons au processus que nous appelons "Haswellification".

    • Un autre effet de la Haswellification de votre MacBook, c'est que ce modèle déclare disposer d'une heure supplémentaire au niveau de la batterie avec des cellules d'une même capacité. Le processeur plus efficace y contribue probablement, ce qui nous permet d'admirer des images de chats pendant une heure de plus.

    Hello, I want to ask about the screws model that use in the thermal pad. Do you know what types of screws this could be?

    Dale Lin - Réponse

    One of the housings for the screws has broken off. What can I do to repair this?

    Andy - Réponse

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    • Les révisions les plus notables se trouvent sur la carte mère, y compris le processeur Haswell Core i7 tout nouveau, les graphiques Iris Pro, et le support Thunderbolt 2 :

      • Processeur quad-core 2,0 GHz Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost jusqu'à 3,2 GHz) avec 6 Mo de cache L3 partagé et graphiques Iris Pro

      • Cache eDRAM de 128 Mo

      • SDRAM DDR3 de 512 Mo J4208EFBG Elpida (16 puces pour un total de 8 Go)

      • Contrôleur Thunderbolt 2 DSL5520 Intel

      • Platform Controller Hub Intel

      • Codec Audio Cirrus 4208-CRZ, similaire au Cirrus CS4207

    The chip marked by Orange is the Crystalwell eDRAM, 128MB in total. This can be used by both the CPU cores and The Iris Pro GPU that is still integrated in to the main core chip (the one marked by red).

    Magnus Rydningen - Réponse

    Yep, Magnus, tried to fix it, but edit was denied by Miroslav Djuric.

    Martin -

    Does anybody know what kind of SSD Apple uses for the MBP. Are this TLC, MLC or SLC cells SSDs?

    Paul - Réponse

    See step 2. The Part number of the Samsung chips has a link which leads to the spec. The third character is an H which leads to this conclusion: MLC.

    LetMeGoogleThatForYou -

    Yeah, "2.0 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.2 GHz) with 6 MB shared L3 cache

    Intel Iris Pro Graphics" is wrong, the larger die is actually the eDRAM for both processor and GPU, the smaller die is both the processor and the GPU.

    tipoo - Réponse

    Just edited it, then saw this comment. Been bugging me since this teardown was made. Unsure why they keep on disallowing the edits.

    simonhowes - Réponse

    i have a 15" MBP (recent one with GT 750m discreet graphic), and i MIGHT wanna open it up and change the thermal compound with a better one (arctic Mx-4), bcos the laptop get heats up quite abit. this teardown is gonna be my guide, but b4 opening it, whats ur thought of the thermal compound applied to it? is it too much like the previous MBP? need to know :) and IF i open it up, i might take a picture of the GT 750m, bcos everyone wan to look at it :D

    Shynn Ng - Réponse

    The bigger one in CPU is GPU+CPU, smaller one is eDRAM Crystalwell cache, not other way around.

    Jarno Matikainen - Réponse

    I wondered what's the model # of the intel i7 quad core cpu was used for this laptop? It's an i7-4702mq or other model? Why you mentioned the model # of cup, i5-4258u, in the Macbook pro 13" Teardown report, but not mentioned in this report?

    gwo jong - Réponse

    • À l'envers de la carte mère :

      • SDRAM DDR3 de 512 Mo H5TC4G63AFR SK Hynix

      • Broadcom BCM15700A2

      • Système sur une puce programmable CY8C24794-24LTXI Cypress Semiconductor

      • Texas Instruments TPS51980

      • La prise jack est à présent soudée à la carte mère. Si vous la cassez (c'est facile à faire en l'utilisant de façon normale) vous vous retrouvez avec une réparation qui vous coûtera mille dollars.

    Just like the new 13" MBP, there's 512M of RAM hanging out near the GigE controller. Still no idea what it's for, and a GigE controller certainly doesn't need half a gigabyte of RAM.

    Scott Morrison - Réponse

    It is a packet buffer. Unsure why it is so large, is the controller capable of 10GigE? Just wondering if we may see some 10GigE Thunderbolt Ethernet adapters? I also think this is controller for USB3 as well.

    simonhowes -

    How does a soldered-down headphone jack equate to a thousand-dollar repair? Get me a sub-$5 headphone jack, 10 minutes with a soldering iron and all is well again.

    no1unorightnow - Réponse

    • L'heure de vérité a sonné – est-ce que la batterie est plus facile à retirer que le désastre noyé de colle de la fois précédente ?

    • Nous retenons notre souffle et sondons délicatement le terrain avec une carte en plastique ...

    • ... Et une demi-heure plus tard et après plusieurs articulations écorchées, c'est un grand soupir de déception. La batterie a la même quantité excessive de colle et elle tout aussi quasi impossible à retirer en toute sécurité qu'avant.

    • Tant pis pour l'évolution du design.

    Why evolution of design? I as a design engineer would do the same thing. I would never make my products easy to be taken appart. So it might not be easy for none profesionals but the authorized repair 'handlers' will know how to remove the battery. It is surely not 'user' friendly for repairs yes that is true.

    Tibidor - Réponse

    That's probably the most important thing about that battery. An uncased battery such as what Apple uses can be very dangerous if damaged. The average consumer doesn't know exactly how delicate those are, so Apple tries to limit access with pentalobes. Also the adhesive is there to help the battery from moving around in the casing, further reducing the possibility of damage. Sure it's hard to repair, but it's much safer.

    Bryan Elliott -

    @Tibidor: the philosophy of making products easy to take apart (note spelling) worked for manufacturers like Citroen and Land Rover in the engineering domain. In the case of Land Rover, the primary reason that they won military contracts was that an untrained soldier could pull the damaged bits off, add replacements and get going without resort to authorised repairers. And these so-say authorised repairers are not immune from error - most of the time I've found that a generic skilled mechanic was a far better bet for servicing than main dealerships, who were over-priced and arrogant with it.

    An example: I lost a control dial; an authorised repairer told me I needed a new centre console at £200 plus £200 labour, the skilled and theoretically unqualified mechanic fixed the problem for £30 all-in.

    I honestly don't believe electronics is any different.

    James McLaren - Réponse

    I want one but the only thing that is holding me back is the evolution of design. I have a early 2011 13 inch Macbook pro that I have added a 1.5 TB drive and 16gb ram. Nice to be able to do that inexpensively and later. The $3K price tag for a machine with 1TB drive and 16gb soldered ram is also a key point. I need the machine for work but having to get the everything now and not being able to replace hardly anything myself is holding me back. Battery, Ram, SSD minimally should be user replaceable, processor would be nice but not as necessary. SSD should be the best you can afford and in a common format to keep down costs.

    abrahambloom - Réponse

    I've read somewhere that the batteries can be removed easily when pulled the glue stripes like Tesa power strips. have you tried this?

    Great job - doing all the tear downs and repair manuals. they are very helpful! Thank you!

    riessi - Réponse

    Ever thought of using Isopropyl Alcohol? It would dissolve the glue.

    cjmillsnun - Réponse

    • Le MacBook Pro 15" avec écran Retina fin 2013 obtient un 1 sur 10 sur notre échelle de réparabilité (10 étant le plus facile à réparer).

    • Les vis propriétaires empêchent d'accéder aux composants à l'intérieur.

    • Tout comme dans le MacBook Air, la RAM est soudée à la carte mère. Maximisez les 16 Go, ou taisez-vous à jamais – vous ne pouvez pas l'augmenter.

    • Le SSD propriétaire a adopté à présent le format PCIe, mais n'est toujours pas un disque standard de 2,5". Par contre, c'est une carte fille séparée, et nous avons bon espoir de pouvoir proposer une mise à jour dans un futur proche.

    • La batterie lithium-polymère est collée plutôt que vissée dans le boîtier, ce qui augmente le risque de la casser lors d'un démontage. La batterie couvre également la nappe du trackpad, ce qui augmente considérablement le risque de la découper lors du processus de retrait de la batterie.

    • L'ensemble écran est complètement fusionné, et il n'y a pas de vitre pour le protéger. Si quoique ce soit se casse à l'intérieur de l'écran, il vous faudra remplacer tout l'ensemble, extrêmement cher.

    Is the display assembly compatible with the early 2013?

    Tiago Ferreira - Réponse

    Does the circuitry change if i have the one with a higher-end graphics card? Mine has 16GB RAM, nVidia GeForce GT750M and a 2.6GHZ processor. Also, where is the battery located on this device? I have the exact same macbook, but with better specs

    Dhiren Sajjan - Réponse

    I have just taken my Macbook Pro 15" w retina late 2013 in for a repair and have been told I need to replace the logic board? Does anyone know if this is something I can do myself otherwise apple are charging $330. I'm frustrated that a laptop thats barely 14 months old has this kind of hardware issue. Of course I didn't buy the extended warranty.

    tracey - Réponse

    @Tracey: I had my 512GB SSD fail about 13 months after I bought my rMBP and was quoted 824 euro by the Dutch Apple store. Like you I did not have Applecare (and sorely regretted not getting it). So I called Apple USA, sweet-talked my way up the chain, got a new quote for $300 and eventually had it replaced for free!

    So definitely try calling Apple Customer Service, they might surprise you. Be polite, friendly and have patience. The first people you talk to probably can't do much for you, but their supervisors can. Good luck!

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Wow, that is insane! and scary at the same time. I just got the 16G model and 512HD. wow

John hale - Réponse

Hi all ! I have a one year old 15" retina MbP. Could it be possible, if the part becomes available somehow, to replace the Wifi card on my mac with an ac one like on the new model ? Or does the form factor change ?

Phil - Réponse

Would really like to know the same, except, I have a last gen 13" Retina MbP. Thx for answers. (if you already know where to buy these cards, any help would be appreciated!)

Marc Nunkesser -

You read my mind, I was wondering the same thing.

Joshua Ray -

yeah, it would be really nice to take advantage of the 802.11ac technology!

Gibran Malheiros -

So, why are we sad that this uses the new standard for SSD instead of a decades old format that makes zero sense for anything other than spinning disks? It's fair to complain about the non-standard cards in the old Macbook Airs, but this is just silly.

Jesper Monsted - Réponse

Probably because it is NOT a new standard, but rather a proprietary design only deployed in Apple devices.

Martin -

Well, as things are going increasingly wireless and solid state we have a curious mix of SS and old hardware like headphone jacks. If you were to break your headphone jack I presume you could get one of the zillions of USB sound cards with headphone jack that offer better sound anyway. I also presume you could still stream music via wi-fi with an Apple TV or AirPort Express or via AirPlay devices or bluetooth headphones. So much ado about nothing? Apple already gave up on user-replaceable batteries ages ago so this is nothing new. And the last generation had non-upgradeable RAM as well - nobody buys an iPad thinking they can upgrade the RAM later... this is how things are going. So the practical advice is: max this puppy out if you want one but don't lament the other stuff. AND BUY APPLECARE if you're going to invest the big bucks in one of these.

EvidenceBase - Réponse

How many wifi antennas are there? An Apple senior tech told me that this is not public info.

Tom R - Réponse

Is the Cypress Semiconductor CY8C24794-24LTXI Programmable System-on-Chip removable? I can't really tell from the picture. Where is the EFI chip? And is that removable? Thank you.

applecranberry - Réponse

Thanks for the teardown guys.

One question left. Why did you buy a 512 SSD Version but not the GeForce Graphics Model? Would've been nice to see where the Chip is located on the board.

Arne - Réponse

I did buy the 15" Macbook Pro with the 1TB SSD and 16GB Memory with the 2.6GHz QC i7. Would be great to see where they fit in the Graphics card in that compact space. I daren't open up my new rMBP when it does arrive on wednesday. I was really hoping that the iFixit guys would shed some light on how the added graphics card looks. Looks like I may have to buy the proprietary screw driver and open it up myself. I've had a 2011 MBP with the 2.4GHz Quad Core i7 and was manually able to upgrade the Memory to 16GB DDDR3 and added a 512GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD and a 1TB 7200RPM ssd in the CD Bay. I still couldnt get the performance I needed to run multiple VM's smoothly. I am hoping to get that kind of performance out of this new machine with 2 1920x1200 monitors in addition to the rDisplay. The 2011 MBP I have constantly runs the fan at high speed and its quite a conversation-starter. Lets hope that adding the nVidia 750m doesn't have the same problem... with an additional fan. Anybody?

Vikram Jairam -

Thanks for the good work guys!

Gabe - Réponse

i take mid 2012 mbp with my 16 gb ram , nvidia 650m , Apple is go out of mind , i hope they sell few this time , they are simple against ppl in tecnology, i so i ll go again in window , sorry

bob Desnos - Réponse

hello guys, happy new year to all and thanks for the guide !

i wanted to know, for people who want to replace the MBPr battery themselves if it is possible to get the battery as a spare part ?

i tried to do some researches about it but that was unsuccessful.

thanks

ipodede - Réponse

if this was truly good design, it would allow you to take it apart to upgrade when funds permit. Same with the iphone, it could look just as it does and still be able to open it without tools to swap out the battery when its flat by lunch time.

the 'form follows function' times of apple are well and truly over in favor of the biggest $.

Jayme Capurso - Réponse

I actually need to open up my new (late 2013) MBP 15" Retina.

The list of tools provided in this guide points to http://www.ifixit.com/Tools/T5-Torx-Scre... which currently shows a regular 6-point T5 torx. The screws for the bottom cover of my MBP requires the pentalobe (5-point) bit to unscrew.

How do you fit a regular 6-point T5 torx to open the MBP up? Or does the guide need to be updated to point to the correct tool?

Darth Vader - Réponse

Greetings from Cleveland,Ohio. This is my first comment,and it is in reference to my barely used,late 2013 Macbook Pro.15" Retina display,256,SSD,8gigs of Ram. The only thing that was used less than the laptop,was the Trackpad,that now needs to be replaced,and after seeing this Guide,I either pay Apple 300 bucks for a whole new top,which is what the Apple store people told me I would get with the repair.Obviously,that's the only way that the Trackpad can be replaced. I'm new here to this website,and very happy that I found it by mistake. Thank you very much for the info on this piece of !@#$ computer.My only regret is that I didn't find you before I bought the Macbook,because I never would have purchased one. I will never purchase another Apple product. Cheers!

Donny - Réponse

Hi, somebody can tell me if all the t5 screws of this rMBP are the same size?

Jose - Réponse

Hi, somebody can tell me if all the t5 screws of this rMBP are the same size? thanks

Jose - Réponse

Has anyone stopped to think the glued on top case/battery is actually one of the best ideas apple had-here is why: after paying the obscene price of 3+k for the top haswell-it supports 4k to ur expensive TV and that is 10+ years future-proof, sony at the world cup promised 4k and failed spectacularly. 8k is 2020+ out. 14nm 8 virtual cores is FAST, +no quantum issues. When you're done destroying the battery by running it through 1000 charging cycles, the keyboard will have been done in after 4 years of email !&&*. And the crumbs of the to-go meals while using the %#*@ thing's OS? They disappear into the key gaps like the bermuda triangle. Not to mention the unnecessary hard clicks on the track pad when you are reading something you don't like and are murdering the links like it's their fault. Enough said, the top case will be fukd w/o even considering the occasional drop. Even your prehistoric Rolex's metal band will have had a go and scratched the palm rest. A new top case for 200 dos will be welcome .

torr0073 - Réponse

Could anyone please tell me what the two rubber u-shaped structures that stick to the top of the heat sink and then onto the top of the fans, are? Mine is coming away from the heat sink and I'm wondering if that's why my computer is running warm... Thank you

Tweed Echidna - Réponse

Hi, is it possible to change the battery? Today I opened it to change the thermal paste and found that is kind of swollen, when you take the cover it pops out and the trackpad is stuck doesn't click.

ekagaurangadas - Réponse

I took my late 2014 to the apple store recently because the trackpad stopped clicking. it turned out to be a swollen battery pressing on the trackpad. They said that the battery was one unit with the keyboard and trackpad and that they would have to replace the entire unit. it would be about $500 but because it was caused by the swollen battery, they didn’t change anything. What a relief!

Terry Gilbert -

I recently took my late 2014 to the Apple store because the trackpad had stopped clicking. they said that the battery was swollen and pressing on the trackpad causing it to not click. They have to replace the whole battery+keyboard+trackpad+casetop unit. It would be $500 but since it was caused by a swollen battery (and they are nervous about that) they decided to do the replacement and didn’t charge anything. What a relief!

Terry Gilbert -

Hello guys, is it possible disassemble the display? An ant died inside my Retina display and I don't know what should I do :/

osmala - Réponse

how to remove the insulating material covering the backside of the feet on the backplate?

I have to replace the feet but the black plastic material stuck on the underside seems to be superglued and it appears I cant remove it without damaging it.

Toufeeq - Réponse

*** The CORRECT screwdrivers needed for the MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013 ***

P5 Pentalobe Screwdriver _ Size 1.2 mm 

This fits the 5-point pentalobe screws found on the bottom of ALL MacBook Pro Laptops with a Retina Display.

'''P6 Pentalobe Screwdriver _ Size 1.5 mm''' 

For battery and fan screws.

*** You need 2 six-sided T5 Torx screws to attach the I/O board. ***

'''PH000 Phillips Screwdriver'''

For the smallest X shape screws.

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F.Y.I. _ So you don’t buy the wrong one.

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P2 Pentalobe Screwdriver _ Size 0.8 mm

This fits the 5-point pentalobe screws found on the bottom of iphone 4s 5, 5s, 5c , se, 6, 6 plus, 6s , 6s plus, iPhone 7, and iphone 7 plus.

Being clueless about computers I had zero idea which screwdriver was the one I needed to open and clean my MacBook Pro laptop.

I’m glad I read the Darth Vader - 05/23/2014 comment above and learned they were speciality 5 sided screws, as they are so small I didn’t notice.

After doing some research I found this info.

EruditeBirdy - Réponse

Hey EruditeBirdy, as in all our guides and teardowns, the required tools are listed at the top of the page! Listed is our P5 Pentalobe driver for Retina MacBook Pro and Air. If you’re looking to open your device, I suggest you look at our repair manual, rather than the teardown, which is not a repair guide. You probably just need to open the lower case if you’re hoping to clean out the dust!

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