MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014) Battery

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014) Battery

New battery guaranteed at capacity greater than 6010 mAh.

$99.99

$99.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

If you're experiencing bad battery life, we've got everything you need to replace it! These batteries are well adhered to the upper case of the computer so removing them isn't as straightforward as we'd like it to be. Fear not! Our kit offers all the tools needed to perform the repair and our guide shows you how to use the kit. The battery is an original OEM battery.

Part Assembly includes:

  • MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Late 2013/Mid 2014) Battery
  • Installation adhesive

Fix Kit contents:

MacBook Pro Retina batteries are originally adhered to the upper case assembly as a single part from Apple. The parts we sell may have been separated from this assembly. Consequently, the battery adhesive may have some cosmetic flaws.

Note: Lithium ion battery shipping regulations limit the shipping methods for orders containing batteries. Domestic orders may only be shipped via Standard shipping. iFixit is not able to ship batteries internationally or outside the contiguous US at this time. iFixit Customer Support will contact you if your order needs to be modified after it is placed.

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Repair Stories

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Jeb Cashin's Story Photo #1313796
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My Problem

A fellow employee had a half gallon of ice cream melt on top of her MacBook Pro. I was able to clean out all sticky residue off logic board, SSD, and battery but the battery controller board was shorted out. iFixIt to the rescue!

My Fix

It went well. I ended up using heat (sock filled with rice) instead of . . .

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Sage Freter's Story Photo #1142074
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My Problem

My laptop got pretty much soaked on the plane from an exploded water bottle. I took it into the shop, thinking it was completely dead. They told me it most likely just needed a battery replacement, and I didn't want to pay them to do it, so I did it myself!

My Fix

Great. All the steps of the guide were clea . . .

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Hugh Babineau's Story Photo #1185720
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My Problem

The battery wasn't working due to exposure to water.

My Fix

Went great. Instructions on website were good and the comments were helpful.

My Advice

Get the Fix Kit. Be careful not to use too much solvent for removing the battery pack adhesive. We overdid the adhesive solvent and some must have dripped through onto scre . . .

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My Problem

Easy replacement with heat.

My Fix

AS Barak suggested, using heat allows one to skip the speaker assembly removal and use of the solvent.

My Advice

The adhesive is strong on the batteies and the batteries seem to be poorer conductors of heat so we placed the heat pad on the palm rest and track pad, which easily warmed . . .

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My Problem

I spilled a large quantity of water on my keyboard. After 3 days of drying my laptop worked as long as it was connected to power.

My Fix

I was nervous (as I have never repaired a laptop before, or any such device), but it was not difficult. The repair guide was detailed. I worked slowly and thoroughly and a . . .

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My Problem

Old battery wouldn't hold a full charge

My Fix

No problems. I am experienced in repairing delicate electronics.

My Advice

Get another computer to follow step=by-step instructions on the internet

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My Problem

Battery was down to 80% health, and battery life was getting noticeably worse. I didn't want to replace the computer yet (~$100 for a battery is a lot less than ~$3000 for a computer), and I wanted to avoid having Apple do it (since I didn't want downtime).

My Fix

Overall, the repair went fine. The instru . . .

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My Problem

I had a 2013 Macbook Pro whose battery was dying. Needed to replace it.

My Fix

I have replaced batteries in the Pro before and it is a serious pain. The adhesive strips they use are very difficult to get off. The kit that came from iFixit was perfect for my needs. The replacement took me about 30 minutes al . . .

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My Problem

Battery was damaged

My Fix

Super ! ! !

My Advice

Do not over heat the bag.

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My Problem

I spilled water on my Macbook Pro a couple of months ago, it shut off immediately but shortly after I dried it off I noticed that I could still use it only if it was on the charger. I took my laptop to the Apple store where I waited for hours just for them to tell me that the whole hard-drive needed . . .

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