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Will a 2010 A1286 15" display assembly fit my mid 2012 mac A1286?

My mac display assembly is damage. I need to purchase the assembly to fit with my MacBook. I am a little confused with the years and model number. I found an assembly 2010 and 2011 make but with the same model number that is A1286. Will this do for my mac mid 2012?

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Sadly, Apple altered the design just enough to make it not compatible.

The more visible differences is cable lengths are too short and the iSight camera is a different resolution between the series.

You'll need to get MacBook Pro 15" Retina (Mid 2012/Early 2013) Display Assembly - Apple P/N 661-6529 part for your system. Sorry :-{ Can't save the pennies here.

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