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When the Battery status button is pressed, verify if any of the lights comes on. When battery level button is pressed, verify if battery status indicates a fully charged battery with all LEDs on. Verify if battery status indicates the battery is not recognized with a single LED on that chases back and forth 5 tim es.

Yes Battery is recognized and charging. Go to step 2 LED was on momentarily then went out. No Go to step 4 Yes Go to step 8 and tag battery as a possible P11 cand id ate. Verify if battery status indicates the battery is recognized but not charging with all LEDs blinking. Verify if battery status indicates battery charge and flash the next level 5 tim es. Verify if battery status indicates a low battery with a LED flashing rap id ly indicating initial charging of battery.

Test with a known-good battery. Verify if battery is recognized and charging. Inspect original battery contacts and battery cable connector, and verify any trace of corrosion or obstructions. Reseat battery harness at logic board connector, and retest. Remove system battery status indicator ,and test with knowngood battery status indicator assembly. Verify if LEDs now indicate a correct battery level. Yes Go to step 8 and tag battery as a possible P10 cand id ate No Go to step 6 Yes Original battery charging, check battery condition.

No Go to step 8 Yes Replace original battery P10 not charging or P11 not recognized No Go to step 9 Yes Clear obstructions or replace the battery if cable if corroded and recheck.. No Go to step 10 Yes Issue resolved by cable reseat. Go to step 3. No Go to step Yes Replace original battery LED indicator assembly. Go to step 3 X03 No Replace original logic board. Verify if the battery cycles amount is over cycle counts.

Verify that battery is less than a year old. Verify if a knowngood battery supports batteryonly operation. Yes Battery has been consumed, and customer will need to purchase a replacement. Yes Go to step 16 No Battery warranty expired, go to step 15 Yes Battery is in good health and out of 1 year warranty coverage. Battery should continue to function until consumed.

No Battery is consumed after warranty coverage. Customer to purchase a new battery. Yes Battery functioning normal. No Battery has premature capacity loss. Replace original battery. Deep Dive 1. Remove suspect external devices. Verify user memory is Apple -approved memory, and memory configuration matches memory installed. Start up with shift key down for safe mode. Startup from known-good bootable device 6. Check panic. Isolate Peripherals as c au se.

Disconnect all peripherals, external devices, and display adapters if present and verify if issue does not happen anymore. Boot in Safe Mode with Shift key down, and check for recent kernel panic data in panic log. Open Panic. If unit still crashes during startup, you will need to take out disk to a good system to access the file.

Reconnect one at a tim e, verifying unit operation at each stage No Go to Step 2 Yes Issue resolved with def au lt startup settings. Camera cable can be disconnected without affecting startup and test. Bec au se system will run on one card, this is a useful test for finding bad memory or bad memory slot. Start up from optical drive or known-good OS. Attempt to start up with original or product install disc, or from an external hard drive with product OS installed, and verify if system starts without kernal panic.

If issue remains try with known-good optical drive. If still issue, replace optical drive. If issue remains, try with known-good hard drive. If still issue, replace hard drive. If repair attempts fail, repartition hard drive and reinstall OS. Replace hard drive if restore fails. Disconnect display assembly and test with known-good display assembly or external monitor. Check for thermal values and fan running speed Run ASD to check for fan and sensors test, and verify if ASD does not report any overtemp, failing sensor, or fan.

Yes Replace display module. If still failing, replace sensor or part where it is located top case, display, other : If top case sensor failed If display sensor failed If logic board sensor failed If fan test failed, replace fan. If overtemp , replace heatsink. Check if the battery is covered under a repair extension program. Verify no applications have runaway processes with the CPU.

If replaced for run tim e too short, regardless of warranty coverage, use symptom code P09 if replaced. Verify proper wattage adapter is being used. Check for dirty or stuck pins on the MagSafe connectors, both on the adapter and the computer. Connect the AC adapter to known-good power source. Verify power cord or plug is properly attached to AC adapter and MagSafe cable is not damaged.

Disconnect battery and verify if the unit also runs on a knowngood power adapter. No Verify MagSafe board cable seating to logic board. Go to step 3 No Replace the MagSafe board. X03 No Replace logic board.. Connect AC adapters MagSafe connector to the computer. The LED on the connector should be green or amber.

Verify power cord, or plug, is firmly attached to AC adapter. Verify AC power source is supplying AC power. Use and cleaning of power adapter with MagSafe 5. Verfiy that the unit runs on a known-good AC power adapter only. Verify if the original power adapter has stuck or bent pins on the MagSafe connector end. Verify if the cable or duckhead have visible damage. Check that LED on MagSafe connector is displaying both green if battery charged and orange when charging.

No Verify MagSafe interconnect board is connected to logic board. Go to step 2 Yes Issued resolved. P99 No Replace the MagSafe interconnect board. Yes Bad MagSafe interconnect board. No Go to step 4 X03 Yes Replace power adapter. P15 No Go to step 5 Yes Replace cable or duckhead.

P16 No Go to step 6 Yes Verify adapter with knowngood unit and original unit and troubleshoot source of error No Replace power adapter. If the AC adapter is the source of the noise disconnect and try a known-good adapter. Disconnect any peripheral devices, cards, or cables attached to the unit. Verify the noise is gone. Locate the source of the noise. Verify if the noise comes from the optical drive usage.

Yes Replace AC adapter. No Go to step 6 Yes Check with a different media disc. Possible issue with disc label or out of balance media. If not related to media, and noise is above normal level, replace optical drive. Verify if the noise is coming from the hard drive. Verify if the noise is coming from the fan. Noise maybe related to interference from other electrical devices operating near the computer, or on the same AC power source.

Verify if noise is gone when operating in a different location on a different AC circuit. Yes It is normal for drives to produce noise when they spin up or the heads move. Replace drive if noise is above normal levels. No Go to step 6 Yes The fan s are generally running in a slow mode, but may accelerate when intensive processing is required calculation, 3D gaming, or screen saver animation. If still beyond expected sound level, check for interference of fan with other mechanical element of system foam, bracket, shield before replacing a noisy fan.

H06 X03 No Go to step 7. P04 Yes Perhaps operating the unit with a surge suppressor will eliminate or reduce the noise. Change location of use or limit use of other device that is inducing the noise. No Replace logic board. Disconnect the battery and AC adapter from the computer. Attempt to id entify the source of the odor. Visual clues are component damaged like capacitor chip popped or burn marks. Verify if the source of the odor has been id entified. Verify if there are any burn marks visible on components.

Refer to Liqu id Contact Indicators. Verify if any of the liqu id spill sensors turned red. Verify if the computer is operating normally. Yes Replace the affected part. P08 No Go to step 2 Yes Replace the affected part. Go to step 4 Yes This could be related to normal operation. No Please refer to best related troubleshooting section. If after inspecting the unit you feel there is a possible safety issue with the computer or AC adapter, please notify Apple.

Use symptom code P Verify if existing symptom code applies to the issue reported by the customer. If not, document reported symptom and send feedback to smfeedback apple. Verify port, cable and network hardware with a known good system. Isolate firewall, MAC address filtering or hardware access control devices. Check system logs.

Isolate OS by starting up from original product install media Visually inspect Ethernet connector to ensure all pins will make physical contact with CAT5 network cable. Isolate OS by booting from original install media. Yes Ethernet interface contacts are good. Go to step 2. No Pins are damaged or bent flat, replace logic board.

Yes Ethernet interface en0 Link Status is active, go to step 3. No If connection is OK on knowngood system, replace logic board. Note: DHCP allocation may not be instantaneous depending on network. Retest and verify if you obtain a val id IP address.. Verify connection by using Network Utility to ping another connected computer on the same subnet.

Ensure no MAC address filtering or hardware access control devices are present. Verify if ping operation succeeds.. Verify Ethernet performance and reliability by starting up from a known-good OS install, and downloading a large file from a web site or file server. Yes Go to step 4. Yes Go to step 5 No If the symptoms do not change, replace the logic board. Yes If there is no performance or connectivity issue isolated solely to the system under test, the problem may be the network environment.

No repair is necessary. No If there are connection dropouts or poor performance not seen on a known-good test system, replace the logic board. Ensure available software and firmware updates have been applied. Reset PRAM 4. AirPort Check that base station is not using unsupported connection or encryption protocols. AirPort Check the number of users trying to use AirPort in the area for possible network congestion.

Bluetooth Test with known-good Bluetooth device. Isolate OS by booting from original install media Attempt to connect to base station AirPort or pair with wireless keyboard Bluetooth.. AirPort Check that antenna connections to the AirPort card are not reversed or loose. Reseat both AirPort antennas connections and verify if the issue is fixed.

Yes If AirPort and Bluetooth interfaces are detected in System Pro filer: - for Airport-related issues ensure that MAC address filtering is not enabled on the base station, and go to step 5. Yes Loose flex cable connections to logic board or card s id e.

Issue resolved No Replace logic board and retest Yes Loose connections or crossed antenna. No Check antenna for signs of damage or wear. If issue persists, go to step 6. AirPort Install a known-good display module to test with known-good AirPort antennas Verify if it fixes the issue. No Issue is not hardware related. Retest with known-good system software. Check for nearby interference sources in the 2.

Check that computer is within base station range — move closer to base station. Base station checks: a. Base station is not set to low-power transmission mode b. Base station is not using unsupported connection and encryption protocols c. Check for possible Wi-Fi channel overlap nearby base stations using adjacent channel 4.

Attempt to connect to base station. Yes Use Software Update to make sure that all AirPort software and firmware updates have been applied. Ensure base station is not using MAC address filtering or creating a h id den network. Verify if both antennas connections to the AirPort card are not reversed or loose. Reseat antennas connections. Install a known-good display module to test with knowngood AirPort antenna Verify if it fixes the issue. Yes Loose connections or crossed antenna No Check antenna for reversed connections or signs of damage or wear.

If issue persists, go to step 3. Check with known-good Bluetooth input device Check that all system and device available software and firmware updates have been applied. System Pro filer should list a Bluetooth radio device under system hardware. Verify if Bluetooth device info is available. System Preferences has a Bluetooth panel.

Ensure Bluetooth is enabled and discoverable. Ensure that a known-good Bluetooth device is on, in close range and in discoverable mode. Verify if available Bluetooth devices are listed in pairing window. Verify if computer can pair reliably with the known-good Bluetooth input device. Yes Bluetooth radio present, verify Bluetooth preference settings, go to step 2. No Attempt Bluetooth repair, go to step 5. Yes Connection established, Continue testing for connection loss, go to step 8.

Verify if Bluetooth is enabled and can pair with a knowngood device. Verify that Bluetooth is enabled and can pair with a known-good device. Continue to actively test with a known-good Bluetooth device to determine if there is a disconnect. Do not allow computer to sleep during this test. Verify if link is lost during test. Yes Loose Bluetooth antenna connection.

No Go to step 6. No Go to step 7. Yes Check for software update, 2. Issue not repeatable or resolved. Attempt to connect to Wi-Fi network. Use Software Update to make sure all AirPort software and firmware updates have been applied. Ensure MAC address filtering is not enabled on the base station.

Verify if kernel panic issue is resolved. Verify if kernel panic is resolved. Yes Software issue. No Go to step 2. No Go to step 3. No Go to step 5. Move closer to base station to improve signal reception. Bluetooth Move devices closer together. AirPort Wireless base station checks: a. Base station is not set to low-power transmission mode. Base station is not set to a slower protocol mode Check for possible Wi-Fi channel overlap nearby base stations using adjacent channel.

Attempt to connect to base station AirPort or pair with wireless keyboard Bluetooth 7. Use Software Update to make sure all AirPort and Bluetooth software and firmware updates have been applied. Inspect the display clutch barrel for damage. AirPort antennas are located in display clutch barrel area. Turn off Bluetooth.

Retest AirPort performance. Refer to Knowledge Base TS Verify if performance issue is fixed. AirPort Verify that antenna connections to the AirPort card are not reversed or loose. Reseat AirPort antenna connections and verify if performance issue is fixed. AirPort Install a known-good display module and verify if performance issue is fixed. Reseat antenna connection and verify if performance issue is fixed. Yes Possible AirPort interference from the Bluetooth card.

Change AirPort base station channel. Knowledge Base TS No -If AirPort-related issue, go to step 3. Yes Loose connection or crossed antenna. No Tested with confirmed parts. Performance issue is not hardware related. Check Bluetooth System Preference is set to Discoverable. Check Bluetooth device has fully charged batteries. System Pro filer should list Bluetooth radio device under system hardware. Verify if Bluetooth device is available.

Ensure that Bluetooth is enabled and discoverable. Ensure that known-good Bluetooth device is on, in close range and discoverable mode. Verify if available Bluetooth input devices are listed in pairing window. Verify if system can pair and works reliably with a knowngood Bluetooth input device.

Yes Choose known-good Bluetooth device and establish a connection. Yes Issue resolved. No Check for SW update for both System and user input device. Reseat antenna connection and verify if pairing issue is fixed. N15 X03 Verify if existing symptom code applies to the issue reported by the user. Check display preferences for use of custom display profile.

Check brightness setting. Check for Software Updates. No Go to step 4. Verify System Preferences Display Pro file is val id for display being tested. Color profile should be set to Color LCD, user may have created an off-color calibration setting. Verify if the glass panel is free of contaminants. If not found, reseat and check that LVDS cable is secure to the logic board.

Verify if colors are restored. Set up display under test s id e by s id e with another known good display showing the same image. Substitute a known-good display assembly to test logic board internal v id eo output. Verify if normal v id eo is restored. Yes This ensures color profile can be matched with LCD. No Check for correct LCD id entification. Go to step 4 Yes If display profile is val id and the colors are still incorrect or missing go to step 3.

No Clean glass panel using approved method. Yes Test needed with a knowngood display. Go to step 7. Yes Test needed with a knowngood display, Go to step 7 No Small variations in color uniformity are normal and do not warrant replacement or repair of the display. L02 L02 No Replace logic board. Verify if image is restored with the reseated cable connection. Substitute a known good display assembly to test logic board internal v id eo output. Display issue resolved. If logic board connector is damaged, replace logic board.

M24 L04 No Replace logic board. M04 Check Result Action Code 1. Determine if bright pixel defects exceed the acceptable number. See Display Issue: Pixel Anomalies. Determine if dark pixel defects exceed the acceptable number. Yes Clean glass panel. Yes Replace display assembly. L08 No LCD meets bright pixel defect specifications. L08 No LCD meets dark pixel defect specifications. Do not replace display assembly. Horizontal lines may be related to a failing RAM module. Start with shift key down safe mode to disable system extensions.

Verify if issue still happens when booting in safe mode. Isolate with only one memory module installed , then with the other one. Test with known-good memory. Verify if issue only happens with specific RAM module s. Isolate with one known-good memory module installed in one of the memory slots.

Repeat by testing in the other memory slot with known-good memory module. Verify if issue only happens with specific memory slot on logic board. If not found, reseat the LVDS cable to the logic board v id eo output.

Connect external compatible DisplayPort display or DisplayPort adapter and display. Verify if correct v id eo appears on external display. Substitute a known-good display assembly module to test logic board LVDS v id eo output. No Issues happens since startup.

Yes Go to step 5. No No v id eo issue when booting in safe mode. Yes Replace affected RAM module. No Go to step 4 X02 Yes Replace logic board. No Go to step 6 Yes Go to step 7. No Replace logic board M04 Yes Replace display assembly module. L05 No Replace logic board. Determine if brightness uniformity issue is visible after display has warmed up for 15 minutes. Check LVDS cable connection to logic board and verify if brightness issue disappeared.. Determine if variation in uniformity appears excessive when compared to another similar unit.

Yes Go to step 2. No Display backlight can take several minutes to stabilize. Issue resolved No Got to step 3 Yes Replace display assembly. Verify camera lens and glass panel are clear of contaminants. Yes Camera recognized. Go to step 3 No Go to step 2. Run Clamshell Service Diagnostic utility and check for presence of all devices.

If not found, inspect and reseat camera cable on logic board. L au nch PhotoBooth. Replace camera cable and verify if iSight camera operates properly. Substitute a known-good display assembly to test logic board camera connection. Verify if iSight camera operates properly. Yes Issue resolved.. Yes Replaced camera cable solved issue.

X03 Yes Replace display assembly. L 17 No Replace logic board. Check brightness setting 2. Attach known-good supported external display. Verify boot chime present when system restarted. Verify if LCD v id eo is present. Connect known-good supported external display. Verify if image appears on external display when system is booted.

Verify if LCD backlight is on by looking for faint glow from display when viewed in darkened room with brightness adjusted to full. Shine bright low heat flashlight into the front of LCD. Verify if an image is being displayed. If not found, reseat LVDS cable connection to logic board and check that connection is secure.

Yes External display detected by system. No Go to No V id eo symptom code flow. Yes Image present but backlight is not on. Check logic board connections. No Continue to test with knowngood display assembly. Substitute with a known-good display assembly and verify if LCD v id eo works. No No v id eo with known-good display assembly.

Reseat the LVDS cable at the logic board. Darken room and verify backlight by detecting if any glow is emitted from the display Yes Internal LCD panel detected by system. Yes Display panel detected by system. Yes Backlight operating. Inspect LVDS connectors and cable under magnification for p inch ed cables and damaged or bent pins.

Verify if any of the connections appear to be defective. Substitute a known-good display assembly to test internal logic board v id eo and backlight power output. Verify if backlight and display functions are operational. Verify if display and backlight operations were restored with known-good display assembly and replacement logic board.

Replace display assembly. No No LED backlight power from logic board. Continue to use known-good display and replace logic board. No Check functionality of knowngood display assembly on known-good computer. Verify known-good source sound file not c au sing speaker distortion. Inspect and reseat the LVDS cable connection between display and logic board. Also test if brightness setting is a contributing factor. Verify if flickering has stopped. Substitute a known good display assembly to test internal logic board v id eo output.

Verify if flickering issue has disappeared. Verify if source of the noise is the electrical as opposed to mechanical. Yes Suspected flickering issue, go to step 2. No Audible noise issue, go to step 5. L06 No Replace logic board. M04 Yes Noises that are not au dible from the normal user position are cons id ered acceptable. Return unit to the user. No Noise from another source. Boot from Install DVD. Verify S. Repair disk using Disk Utility. Erase disk and reinstall Mac OS using Installer.

Verify if hard drive is available for Disk Utility to repair. Repair disk and permissions using Disk Utility and verify if hard drive was repaired successfully. Reseat hard drive cable on logic board and drive ends and retest. If issue persists, substitute a known-good bootable hard drive, and verify if system starts up to desktop.

Yes Restart computer. No If computer has not been verified with a known-good hard drive, go to step 3; otherwise, go to step 7. No Continue to use knowngood bootable hard drive to determine root c au se. After reseating hard drive flex cable connections, verify if known-good hard drive boot to desktop.

Replace hard drive flex cable and verify if system boots to desktop with known-good hard drive. Verify if OS install completes without error and that system starts up successfully. Note: If media verification fails at beginning of install, suspect optical media or optical drive. X03 No Replace logic board.

M19 Yes Issue resolved. No Repair or replace hard drive, go to step 7. Yes Issue resolved No Hard drive appears to be defective, go to step 8. Use a known-good mouse. A stuck mouse button will not allow boot. Verify if Disk Utility mounts drive and repairs disk and permissions successfully. Reseat hard drive flex cable on logic board and drive ends and retest.

If issue persists, substitute a known-good bootable hard drive, and verify if computer starts up to desktop. After reseating hard drive flex cable connections, verify if known-good hard drive starts up to desktop. Replace hard drive flex cable, retest with known-good bootable hard drive and verify if system starts up to desktop.

Yes Restart computer, go to step 6. No - If computer has not been verified with a known-good hard drive, go to step 3; -Otherwise, go to step 7. Yes Reinstall user drive, go to step 2. No Suspect hard drive flex cable, go to step 5.

Yes Install user drive, go to step 2. No Hard drive appears to be defective. Go to step 8. H01 No Hard drive and flex cable replaced without success, replace logic board. Start up from Install DVD. Verify if any available firmware updates are available for the installed drive. Repair disk and permissions using Disk Utility and verify it completed successfully. Run all available software and firmware updates and verify if the system is still noisy.

Verify it install process completed. Yes Remove hard drive and start up from external drive to test fan noise. No Issue resolved. No Replace hard drive. After installing new hard drive, verify if the system is still noisy. After removing hard drive, verify if the system is still noisy.

Yes Fan noise or optical drive noise likely to be the c au se. Reinstall user drive. H06 1. If not, see Optical Drive Not Recognized symptom table, 2. Restart computer and hold down mouse button or keyboard eject key to cycle optical drive. Check for available firmware and software updates. Verify all connections between logic board, flex cable, and optical drive are secure. Visually inspect cables and connectors for any debris, damage, or bent pins. Verify if optical drive is now listed in System Pro filer.

Reseat optical cable on logic board and drive ends and retest. If issue persists, replace optical drive cable with a known good one. Install and test a known-good optical drive with replacement flex cable. Verify if there is clearance for disc use. Verify if optical media is read. Yes Optical drive has power, inspect disc acceptance. No Inspect hardware. Go to step 2 Yes Optical drive has power, inspect disc acceptance. No Replace any damaged optical drive cable and retest. If connections are good and with no visible cable damage, go to step 3.

Yes Replaced user optical drive cable. Yes Replaced user optical drive. X03 X03 J01 No Replace the logic board. M19 Yes Go to step 6. No Replace damaged optical drive or top case that interferes with disc use. Yes Go to step 7. No Media is ejected as soon as inserted : Replace the optical drive.

Mechanical damage to optical drive, if found Go to step 9. Verify if optical media mounts on desktop. Verify if optical media is ejected properly from optical drive. With replacement parts , verify if optical media is now recognized. No Replace optical drive or top case that interferes with disc ejection.

No Replace optical drive. If drive has already been replaced, then replace logic board. J02 X13 J03 M19 1. Test optical media in another drive of the same type in same type of machine to rule out media issue. Check with known-good discs like the Install discs that came with the computer. For write issues, check with known-good media that performs well in another computer and optical drive of the same type. If only one type of media is producing errors, there is a laser issue.

Verify if media is free to spin without optical drive scraping edge or surface of media. According to optical drive model, verify if drive can read all supported types of knowngood optical media CD , DVD, etc 3. Optical drive cannot read any media reliably, go to step 3. Yes Replace user optical drive cable. If only one type of media is recognized, there might be a laser related issue. Check that both connections of the optical drive flex cable between logic board and optical drive are secure.

Replace optical drive cable with a known good one. Optical Drive Noisy Yes Issue resolved. No Replace any damaged cables and retest. M19 1. Test optical media in another drive of the same type in same type of computer to rule out media issue. Check with known-good discs. Install discs that came with the computer. Check to see if noise occurs without media in the drive. If so, check for hard drive and fan c au sed noise. Verify if optical drive is constantly seeking or cycling eject mechanism without an optical disc installed.

Optical drive should perform only one reset sequence and rest id le, ready for media. Insert known good data CD. Check that media is free to spin without optical drive scraping edge or surface of media. Verify disc does not exceed maximum thickness specification. Initial disc handling noise is normal. Disc spinning and head seek indicates disc is mounting to desktop.

Seek noise should settle down once mounted. Verify if noise is above normal level and related to seek activity. Disc spin should cease 30 seconds after mounting data CD on OS desktop. Verify if the noise is related to disc spin. Remove the optical drive and check for correct seating of the brackets on the optical drive and in the top case. Reinstall drive in unit and retest.

Verify if drive is still noisy. Eject known good data optical media. Disc handling noise should be one pop of disc from motor hub and a motor gear sound driving disc out of optical drive. Verify if noise is above normal level and related to disc eject activity or multiple eject attempts.

Yes Replace optical drive if continuous activity occurs with no disc installed. No Continue and verify with media, go to step 2. Yes Internal mechanical interference is affecting rotational spin of media, replace optical drive. No Continue and verify with media, go to step 3. J04 J04 Yes Replace optical drive. J04 No Go to step 4. Yes Go to step 6. Optical drive was not properly mounted in enclosure. Possible physical damage to optical drive. J05 Yes Replace optical drive.

J02 No Go to step 7. Disc spin should cease 30 seconds after mounting optical media on desktop. Media may be mounting on a defective internal spindle hub. Deep Dive Yes Replace optical drive. J04 No Noise does not appear to be related to optical drive. Check with known-good discs—Install discs that came with the computer.

For disc write issues, check with known-good media that performs well in another computer and drive of the same type. If only one type of media is producing errors, there might be a laser related issue. Check drive model and supported media types, and verify if optical drive can read all supported optical media types.

Reseat cable connections at logic board and optical drive. Verify if media is now recognized and reads reliably. Optical drive cannot read any media reliably. J03 Yes Reseat resolved issue. X03 No Go to step 3. Only the AppleCare Protection Plan provides you with direct telephone support from Apple technical experts and the assurance that repairs will be handled by Apple-authorized technicians using genuine Apple parts.

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Here's what you need to know about upgrading a to MacBook Pro. In , the MacBook Pro lineup underwent significant changes, including the introduction of Retina versions of the inch and inch models. In the inch models, the Intel HD Graphics integrated graphics card powered the graphics. Here's what you need to know about upgrading a MacBook Pro. October saw the introduction of inch, inch, and inch MacBook Pro models. The models had only a short run and were discontinued in June All models in this era used the Sandy Bridge series of Intel processors in the i5 and i7 configurations, with speed ratings from 2.

RAM and hard drives were considered user upgradeable. Here's what you need to know about upgrading a late MacBook Pro. Here's what you need to know about upgrading a mid MacBook Pro. In June , the MacBook Pro line updated with a new inch model and a speed bump in processor performance for the inch and inch models. The other change in mid was a standard case design for all unibody MacBook Pros.

The inch and inch models previously used different case arrangements, requiring a unique upgrade guide for each model. Originally only the inch model used the unibody construction. However, Apple followed up in February with a unibody inch model.

As it did with the previous versions of the MacBook Pro, Apple continued to use the Intel Core 2 Duo processors, although at slightly higher operating frequencies. The new unibody design allowed both the hard drive and RAM to be user-upgradeable. The inch and inch models use a slightly different method to access the hard drive and RAM modules, so consult the correct user guide before performing any upgrades.

Here's what you need to know about upgrading a late and early MacBook Pro. Starting in October , Apple updated the inch and inch MacBook Pro models with the Intel Core 2 Duo processor, a bit processor, which makes these good upgrade candidates.

Extend the effective lifetime of one of these MacBook Pros by adding memory or a larger hard drive, or by replacing the optical drive. These early MacBook Pro models offered a wealth of upgrade options, including those sanctioned by Apple as user upgradeable and those that are DIY projects that Apple never intended users to perform. Memory and battery replacement are both sanctioned user upgrades that are easy to perform. Upgrading hard drives isn't sanctioned, but if you want to go ahead with this process on one of these models, it's not difficult.

Here's what you need to know about upgrading a late through mid MacBook Pro. The inch and inch MacBook Pros introduced in the spring and summer of were the first pro-level notebooks from Apple to use Intel processors. These MacBook Pros used 1. As it did with other early Intel-based Macs, Apple used the Yonah processor family, which supports bit operation. Because of the bit limit, you may want to consider updating to a newer model rather than upgrading this model of MacBook Pro.

As with other models, Apple sanctions memory and battery-replacement upgrades for these MacBook Pros. Apple doesn't sanction user-performed hard drive upgrades or optical drive replacements, but these aren't difficult to do. Here's what you need to know about upgrading the MacBook Pro models. Back up wirelessly and create a Wi-Fi network with one device.

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In the Overview pane, make a note of the Model Identifier entry. In this example, it's a inch, MacBook Pro. Older models have identifiers like MacBookPro 12,1. During this time period, Apple made a few changes to the MacBook Pro model. The chassis of the inch model was slimmed down, matching the inch model. The lower-end model included only integrated graphics. In , the inch and inch MacBook Pros were updated with Intel Broadwell processors, Iris graphics, more battery life, faster flash storage and RAM, and increased battery life.

Here's what you need to know about upgrading a to MacBook Pro. In , the MacBook Pro lineup underwent significant changes, including the introduction of Retina versions of the inch and inch models. In the inch models, the Intel HD Graphics integrated graphics card powered the graphics.

Here's what you need to know about upgrading a MacBook Pro. October saw the introduction of inch, inch, and inch MacBook Pro models. The models had only a short run and were discontinued in June All models in this era used the Sandy Bridge series of Intel processors in the i5 and i7 configurations, with speed ratings from 2.

RAM and hard drives were considered user upgradeable. Here's what you need to know about upgrading a late MacBook Pro. Here's what you need to know about upgrading a mid MacBook Pro. In June , the MacBook Pro line updated with a new inch model and a speed bump in processor performance for the inch and inch models. The other change in mid was a standard case design for all unibody MacBook Pros.

The inch and inch models previously used different case arrangements, requiring a unique upgrade guide for each model. Originally only the inch model used the unibody construction. However, Apple followed up in February with a unibody inch model. As it did with the previous versions of the MacBook Pro, Apple continued to use the Intel Core 2 Duo processors, although at slightly higher operating frequencies.

The new unibody design allowed both the hard drive and RAM to be user-upgradeable. The inch and inch models use a slightly different method to access the hard drive and RAM modules, so consult the correct user guide before performing any upgrades. Here's what you need to know about upgrading a late and early MacBook Pro. Starting in October , Apple updated the inch and inch MacBook Pro models with the Intel Core 2 Duo processor, a bit processor, which makes these good upgrade candidates.

Extend the effective lifetime of one of these MacBook Pros by adding memory or a larger hard drive, or by replacing the optical drive. These early MacBook Pro models offered a wealth of upgrade options, including those sanctioned by Apple as user upgradeable and those that are DIY projects that Apple never intended users to perform.

Memory and battery replacement are both sanctioned user upgrades that are easy to perform. Upgrading hard drives isn't sanctioned, but if you want to go ahead with this process on one of these models, it's not difficult.

Here's what you need to know about upgrading a late through mid MacBook Pro. The inch and inch MacBook Pros introduced in the spring and summer of were the first pro-level notebooks from Apple to use Intel processors. These MacBook Pros used 1. As it did with other early Intel-based Macs, Apple used the Yonah processor family, which supports bit operation. Because of the bit limit, you may want to consider updating to a newer model rather than upgrading this model of MacBook Pro.

As with other models, Apple sanctions memory and battery-replacement upgrades for these MacBook Pros. Apple doesn't sanction user-performed hard drive upgrades or optical drive replacements, but these aren't difficult to do. Here's what you need to know about upgrading the MacBook Pro models. By Tom Nelson Tom Nelson. For more information, visit Apple support or call Apple Product Environmental Reports detail the environmental attributes of our products.

Recycling Apple takes a holistic view of materials management and waste minimization. Learn more about how to recycle your Mac. Wireless Internet access requires a base station or other wireless access point and Internet access; fees may apply. Virgin Islands, and Venezuela. Memory available to OS X may vary depending on graphics needs.

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