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Released in November 2020, the 13" MacBook Pro features Apple's Arm-based M1 SoC with both an 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU. (Model A2338 / EMC 3578 with two Thunderbolt 3 ports)

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How not to loose TrueTone screen replacement?

Hi everybody,

I've already saw different post that answers part of my question "Will I loose TrueTone and autobrightness with a screen replacement". But I want to know if the part that iFixit sells is a virgin part or not (will or will not loose TrueTone...etc).

What's the specific reason that this happens? If I get a screen from a used MacBook, will I loose this functionality? Has anyone tried or have experienced this?

Thanks for he help!

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If you get a new virgin display then you will loose Brightness, FaceTime camera & True Tone services. The issue is the display needs to be calibrated as they requires the system to be complete. Frankly, I really don’t see why Apple makes this hard if not to discourage repair.

If on the other hand getting a recycled display (which is what I use for my customers) then you don’t loose anything! As the calibration was performed and the settings are stored within the displays T-CON logic.

Here's the needed part MacBook Pro 13" (A2338, Late 2020) Display Assembly - Used! and here's the guide to put in on MacBook Pro 13" Two Thunderbolt Ports Late 2020 Display Assembly Replacement

MacBook Pro 13" (A2338) Display Assembly Image

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MacBook Pro 13" (A2338) Display Assembly

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Thanks, but is the part that iFixit sells virgin or not?

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@benmerino - The link I posted is for a Used display, Not a Virgin one which would then need calibration which you can't do.

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