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Mid 2014 MacBook Pro battery in early 2015?

Hi, I need to troubleshoot an early 2015 MacBook Pro 13" battery. Can I safely plug a mid 2014 battery in an early 2015 logic board? Is it even the same connector? Thanks a lot!!

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They have very different P/N's:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina (2015) link to IFIXIT Battery

  • Specs: A1582 - 11.42v 74.9Wh - 6559mAh
  • Apple P/N's: 661-02361, 020-00009

MacBook Pro 13" Retina (2014) link to IFIXIT Battery

  • Specs: A1493 / A1502 - 11.34v 71.8Wh - 6330mAh
  • Apple P/N's: 661-8154, 020-8146, 020-8147, 6712-6700
MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014) Battery Image
MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Early 2015) Battery Image

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Thanks for your answer! What does P/N's stand for? Positive/Negative?


P/N = Part Number


Alrighty! :) I know they have different parts since the 2015 one is slightly bigger, that's why I'm asking this question. Is the connector different ? If so would it damage the 2014 battery somehow if I plug it in?


Different battery not interchangeable.


OK now it's clear! Thanks!


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