MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Mid 2012) Upper Case

  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Mid 2012) Upper Case
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Mid 2012) Upper Case / A-Stock / No Keyboard
  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Mid 2012) Upper Case / A-Stock / No Keyboard
MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Early 2011-Mid 2012) Upper Case

This used part is in excellent condition.

$132.99

$132.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a broken or damaged upper case, including the backlit keyboard, of your Early 2011-Mid 2012 MacBook Pro 13" Unibody laptop computer with this part.

Note

Looking for the trackpad: Trackpad compatible with MacBook Pro 13" Unibody (Mid 2009 through Mid 2012)

Note

All options offered do not contain the backlit keyboard, so be sure to select the appropriate option you need!

Install Video

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Over a month ago my son spilled a full pint of milk into his laptop. After 9 months of hectoring him to treat his new macbook pro with care he paid the ultimate price, it was completely dead. The chickens (or cows) had come home to roost. I took it to the expert repairers who delivered the final blo . . .

My Problem

I was replacing the heat sink material, when in disassembling the computer the plastic connector to the keyboard on the logic board broke. So I had to replace the logic board. Then it turned out I also damaged the keyboard ribbon cable when trying to jam it into the broken zif connector - who design . . .

My Problem

I'd inherited a 2012 MBP that had pancake batter drip into the keyboard, rendering half the keys inoperable. Wanted to fix it to send to high school with my daughter - runs MacOS High Sierra, and the battery is still decent.

My Fix

It took a while, and there were support structures that I needed to transfer . . .

My Problem

Keyboard not working

My Fix

After replacing upper case., keyboard now functional.

My Advice

Screws are very tiny. Get yourself a magnetic tip screw driver kit.

My Problem

My keyboard had water damage and didnt work

My Fix

Amazing, super easy instructions

My Advice

Get the i fix it tray to track your 50 odd screws, i think this made reassembly easier.

My Problem

So, I had a friend over, and we were doing some drinking, and I had my Macbook (Mid 2012 Unibody) plugged up to the tv. Apparently after I went to sleep my friend started feeling sick. He ended up vomiting and I suppose he couldn't make it to the bathroom, because he ended up throwing up in the empt . . .

My Problem

I put the laptop in a bag that had some sand vestiges on it (without realizing), some of it got on the keyboard. At first I tried to clean it, but it didn't go so well - had to end up changing the keyboard.

My Fix

Went well, took a little longer than other reports I saw. Maybe 5h total.

My Advice

When putting the spea . . .

My Problem

A bottle of sprite was foolishly left with the cap unfastened and was knocked over. It was picked up in less than a second but the massive splash of soda landed on my macbook pro keyboard. I was able to quickly dab up the spillage before any damage to major internal components occurred but the key . . .

My Problem

spilled lemonade on keyboard

My Fix

using the guide the repair went smoothly, no issues

My Advice

the tool kit is awesome and necessary

My Problem

Typical case of water spill on the keyboard. Did everything right to cut power, allow to dry, but some weeks later my keyboard starting acting possessed. The 7 key would not work, but the computer knew how to type it, intermittently, ad-nausea. A few weeks later and the upper right keys on the ke . . .

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