MacBook Pro 15" Retina Late 2013 Adapters
Grab a toolkit for your MacBook Pro 15" Retina Late 2013 model and fix your broken laptop!
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Choose your model of MacBook Pro 15" Retina Late 2013:
Parts that work with MacBook Pro 15" Retina Late 2013:
Apple MagSafe 2 AC Adapter
Replace a broken or damaged Apple MagSafe 2 AC adapter with this part.
Apple AC Adapter (3-prong) Extension Cable
Replace a broken or damaged six foot Apple three-prong AC adapter extension cable with this part.
G4/MagSafe AC Adapter End
Replace a broken or damaged two-pronged tip of your square G4 or MagSafe adapter with this part.
On October 22, 2013 Apple introduced a new 15" MacBook Pro with Retina display that is externally identical to the "Early 2013" model by dimensions, weight, and 2880x1800 display resolution. Internally, the Late 2013 model has a faster and more efficient processor architecture, entry level models have a single integrated graphics (IG) processor, and higher-end models offer a dual graphics (DG) processor. The Late 2013 model has two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port, an SDXC card slot, a MagSafe 2 port, two Thunderbolt 2 ports, Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Like the Early 2013 model the Late 2013 does not have Ethernet or Firewire ports, although adapters are available.
The battery in a MacBook Pro 15" Retina Late 2013 is adhered to the inside of the upper case. Our battery repair kits include the needed adhesive.
The MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display models require a P5 Pentalobe Screwdriver to remove the lower case to begin any internal repairs. Our battery kits include all the needed tools.
Once you've bought your parts and tools, check out iFixit's MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013 repair guides for step-by-step instructions on how to make the fix.
The MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013 earned a 1 out of 10 in iFixit's repairability assessment.