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Current version by: Luigi Sammartino ,

Text:

No, It won't work.
 
The picture in the iFixit's SSD replacement guide of iMac 27 late 2013 shows the connector of iMac 27 2012 model: 8+18 pins
 
(http://macbidouille.com/articles/488/page5)
 
WhitWith iMac late 2013, (21.5", 27" and 27" 5K) the connector has changed: 12+16 pins
WhitWith iMac late 2013, (21.5", 27" and 27" 5K) the connector has changed: 12+16 pins
 
(http://macbidouille.com/news/2013/06/11/macbook-air-2013-le-ssd-et-son-connecteur)

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Edit by: Luigi Sammartino ,

Text:

No, It won't work.
 
The picture in the iFixit's SSD replacement guide of iMac 27 late 2013 shows the connector of iMac 27 2012 model: 8+18 pins
 
(http://macbidouille.com/articles/488/page5)
 
WhiteWhit iMac late 2013, (21.5", 27" and 27" 5K) the connector has changed: 12+16 pins
WhiteWhit iMac late 2013, (21.5", 27" and 27" 5K) the connector has changed: 12+16 pins
 
(http://macbidouille.com/news/2013/06/11/macbook-air-2013-le-ssd-et-son-connecteur)

Status:

open

Original post by: Luigi Sammartino ,

Text:

No, It won't work.

The picture in the iFixit's SSD replacement guide of iMac 27 late 2013 shows the connector of iMac 27 2012 model: 8+18 pins

(http://macbidouille.com/articles/488/page5)

White iMac late 2013, (21.5", 27" and 27" 5K) the connector has changed: 12+16 pins

(http://macbidouille.com/news/2013/06/11/macbook-air-2013-le-ssd-et-son-connecteur)

Status:

open