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Motherboard A1502 of a year 2013 VS A1502 of a year 2015


A motherboard model A1502, of the year 2013, is compatible with one of 2015, of the same model A1502? Could you help me?

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Update (09/20/2018)

the photos that you attach are almost similar, the ones that you send me if they change drastically, that's why my doubt .. let me see if I can attach them again ..

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Almost is not the same as exact!

Again look at the guides I posted (these are URL links) you can see clearly the connections are very different on the battery and there are other differences. Won't work, as much as you would like it to.

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@andrefontes are you referring to replacing a 820-3536 (Late 2013 A1502) logic board with a 820-4924 (Early 2015 A1502) logic board?

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@andrefonte45302 just checked the schematics for both boards and they are pretty identical. I don't see any of the differences previously mentioned. Looks like a fit to me :-)

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the only difference is trackpad. you can use 2015 body for 2013 machine, as long as you have the 2013 trackpad and cables.

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@heelce if you compare the boards, the connectors, ports  and the mounting screws are all in the same location. The only visual difference is the I/O board connector and the trackpad cable connector. I checked the connectors on the schematic and there is no difference between those. You may need to check the availability for a 2015 cable. At this point I would go ahead and give it a try. You will be one of the first to prove that it either can or cannot be done.

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@oldturkey03 - The battery power connector are very different as well as other parts between the early 2013 and the mid 2014 or the early 2015. If he had the late 2013 model then he would have a chance.

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@danj have you looked at the images posted with the question? I take those as belonging to the OP's current computer, which would be a late 2013. Also, the OP describes his computer as an A1502 which has an introduction date of October 22, 2013 whereas the early 2013 was an A1425

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Thank you very much for your comments and your valuable information! You have helped me a lot, now I will have to experiment and see if this equipment can be saved, thanks!

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Sorry to say they are very different and not interchangeable.

See for you self review the two IFIXIT guides you’ll see the power connection is very different as well as other key parts.

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2013 Logic Board Replacement

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The 2015 model

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015 Logic Board Replacement

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2013 Logic Board Replacement

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Imagem de MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015 Logic Board

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015 Logic Board Replacement

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20 minutes - 1 hour

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@danj have you looked at the images posted with the question? I take those as belonging to the OP's current computer, which would be a late 2013. Also, the OP describes his computer as an A1502 which has an introduction date of October 22, 2013 whereas the early 2013 was an A1425

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@danj thats an early 2013, not late 2013...

the early 2013 is a A1425, not a A1502..

On amazon, you can see that the battery works for both models:

https://www.amazon.com/Puredick-Replacem...

iFixit website seems to be misleading, as they have different batteries for the A1502 late 2013 and A1502 early 2015:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Late 2013-Mid 2014) Battery

MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Early 2015) Battery

In all other sites I can only see the batteries as compatible for both models, no difference.

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@Andre Fontes - The question is on swapping out logic boards. The early 2013 was ID'ed (the icon and system info on the top right) Thats what I was basing my answer on. At the time I think the images were not posted so I went with what was offered.

The early and late 2013 systems are radically different! The 2014 system is based on the late 2013, then Apple altered things with the 2015 model.

Whenever possible I go by the model identifier so for the early 2013 that would be MacBookPro10,2 then for the late 2013 & mid 2014 MacBookPro11,1 and then for the 2015 MacBookPro12,1. So to be clear we have three different groupings and systems which are within the same grouping share the same parts!

As far as the battery the formulation of the battery was altered! Which is why they are different and the charging/discharging curves ae different!

While I hadn't made a large study into it, it always surprised me how many comparator resistors where damaged on the logic boards. Often we saw the knockoff changer and we had in some cases used the newer battery on the older 2013/14 systems so that could have been the issue.

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@danj thanks for the feedback.

When you refer to 15 MBPro 12,1, you mean the mid-late 2015 model, correct?

Can we say for sure that late 2013 to early 2015 have interchangeable logic boards?

And is it ok to replace a logic board, let's say i5 2.6Ghz 4GB, for an i7 3,1Ghz 16Gb? (if both motherboards have the same model identifier that you mentioned)

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@andrefonte45302 - This gets complicated! The 2012 & 2013 systems use mSATA SSD’s and the 2015 models use PCIe/NVMe SSD’s so you can’t use the older drive. The displays are also different! The 2012 & 2013 used the iDP interface and the 2015 uses eDP again a very different display. The keyboard and trackpad cable harnesses are also different.

Review the guides for the parts note the parts are not interchangeable!


Don’t get confused by the images OldTurkey posted as they look very similar!

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