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2.3GHz, 2.6GHz, or 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.7GHz) with 6MB shared L3 cache.

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Will a Late 2013 15" MBP screen assembly fit a Mid 2012 15" MBP

Can I replace my cracked screen on my Mid 2012 15” MacBook Pro with the Display from a Late 2013 15” MacBook Pro screen?

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the 2013 is an A1398. the 2012 is also an A1398.

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To help explain things lets use this listing A1398 which is a full listing of 15" retina MacBook Pro models. It is not the Series group thats the MacBookPro10,1, MacBookPro11,2, MacBookPro11,3, MacBookPro11,4 and MacBookPro11,5

So in your case you are trying to force fit a MacBookPro11,3 display into a MacBookPro11,1 These are not compatible display assemblies.

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It depends on what 2013 MBP you are talking about, if it’s the A1502 replacing the A1425, just forget about it, it’s pretty different. If instead you’re thinking about fitting a retina screen on a A1278 it’s even worse, completely different standards.

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@arbaman - Simple answer - NO! ;-}

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@danj Sorry, I was in a talkative mood :D

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