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Retina Display LCD Compatible with regular MacBook Pro?

Can you remove the Retina display assembly and use it in the current "regular" Macbook Pro laptops that thankfully still have upgradeable storage and RAM?

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No, you cannot. It's a completely new design and can't be simply swapped into an older machine. Sorry. Even if the two were physically the same, you would be connecting it to a logic board that doesn't have the same graphics capabilities of the new MacBook Pro.

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