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Prerequisite only—remove the logic board and heat sink together as a single assembly, either for further disassembly or simply to get it out of the way.

  1. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the two 1.9 mm screws from the keyboard connector bracket. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the two 1.9 mm screws from the keyboard connector bracket.
    • Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the two 1.9 mm screws from the keyboard connector bracket.

  2. Remove the keyboard connector bracket.
    • Remove the keyboard connector bracket.

  3. Use a spudger to disconnect the keyboard connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Use a spudger to disconnect the keyboard connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Use a spudger to disconnect the keyboard connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

    Look at the comment section before you proceed. It is possible to finish the process without unplugging the board or other components. Be aware these are user’s comments and not the official guide.

    Good Luck!

    Ed Oliver - Ответить

  4. Remove the two 2.9 mm T3 Torx screws securing the aluminum cover on top of the main display cable. Remove the cover.
    • Remove the two 2.9 mm T3 Torx screws securing the aluminum cover on top of the main display cable.

    • Remove the cover.

  5. Remove the two 1.7 mm T3 Torx screws securing the aluminum cover on top of the display cable flex connector. Remove the cover.
    • Remove the two 1.7 mm T3 Torx screws securing the aluminum cover on top of the display cable flex connector.

    • Remove the cover.

  6. Pry the display board flex cable straight up from its socket to disconnect it from the display board. Pry the display board flex cable straight up from its socket to disconnect it from the display board.
    • Pry the display board flex cable straight up from its socket to disconnect it from the display board.

  7. Using a T3 Torx driver: Remove two 1.4 mm screws from the Thunderbolt port connector bracket on the left.
    • Using a T3 Torx driver:

    • Remove two 1.4 mm screws from the Thunderbolt port connector bracket on the left.

    • Remove two more 1.4 mm screws from the Thunderbolt port connector bracket on the right.

    If you are trying to replace the Thunderbolt port boards, you have to finish removing the entire logic board in order to get to the 2 screws holding each board in place. You can leave the battery and track pad in place though.

    Apple used poor quality boards for the thunderbolt boards so they will definitely wear out over time. Make sure you replace them with metal boards and your USB C cable will click in nice and tight for a really long time.

    Troy Reimche - Ответить

  8. Use a spudger to disconnect the left-side Thunderbolt port connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Pry from the inside edge, nearest the fan. Gently push the connector aside so it won't interfere with logic board removal.
    • Use a spudger to disconnect the left-side Thunderbolt port connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

    • Pry from the inside edge, nearest the fan.

    • Gently push the connector aside so it won't interfere with logic board removal.

  9. Repeat for the right-side Thunderbolt port connector, prying it up from the inside edge and pushing it carefully aside. Repeat for the right-side Thunderbolt port connector, prying it up from the inside edge and pushing it carefully aside. Repeat for the right-side Thunderbolt port connector, prying it up from the inside edge and pushing it carefully aside.
    • Repeat for the right-side Thunderbolt port connector, prying it up from the inside edge and pushing it carefully aside.

  10. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the two 1.9 mm screws from the cover bracket securing the Touch ID and 3.5 mm audio jack connectors. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the two 1.9 mm screws from the cover bracket securing the Touch ID and 3.5 mm audio jack connectors.
    • Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the two 1.9 mm screws from the cover bracket securing the Touch ID and 3.5 mm audio jack connectors.

  11. Remove the bracket.
    • Remove the bracket.

  12. Use a spudger to disconnect the 3.5 mm audio jack flex cable by prying it straight up from the logic board. Gently push the flex cable aside. Gently push the flex cable aside.
    • Use a spudger to disconnect the 3.5 mm audio jack flex cable by prying it straight up from the logic board.

    • Gently push the flex cable aside.

  13. Disconnect the Touch ID and power button flex cable by prying it straight up from the logic board. Disconnect the Touch ID and power button flex cable by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Disconnect the Touch ID and power button flex cable by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  14. Apply mild heat using an iOpener, heat gun, or hair dryer to soften the adhesive under the power button/Touch ID flex cable. Apply mild heat using an iOpener, heat gun, or hair dryer to soften the adhesive under the power button/Touch ID flex cable.
    • Apply mild heat using an iOpener, heat gun, or hair dryer to soften the adhesive under the power button/Touch ID flex cable.

  15. Carefully slide an opening pick under the flex cable to separate it from the logic board, and push it carefully aside. Be very careful not to damage this delicate flex cable. The attached Touch ID sensor is uniquely paired to your MacBook's logic board—if damaged, only Apple can successfully replace it. If you have trouble, don't force it—apply a little more heat and try again.
    • Carefully slide an opening pick under the flex cable to separate it from the logic board, and push it carefully aside.

    • Be very careful not to damage this delicate flex cable. The attached Touch ID sensor is uniquely paired to your MacBook's logic board—if damaged, only Apple can successfully replace it.

    • If you have trouble, don't force it—apply a little more heat and try again.

    First let me thank you for this AMAZING guide which helped me a lot to achieve an almost successful battery replacement… I’m saying “almost” because, as you write in red letters, I wasn’t careful enough and my Touch ID cable got damaged.

    Do you have any idea on how much should such a repair cost?

    I know that only apple stores or authorized service providers can perform such a repair…

    Thanks again!

    omriitlab - Ответить

    Boy that’s a tough one :( It’s among the most problematic of all components to replace, because the fingerprint sensor is cryptographically paired to the logic board. The best option might be to get in touch with a skilled microsolderer and ask if they can take a look at the cable and try to repair the traces. Apart from that, the only options I’m aware of would be to pay Apple whatever they demand for a repair (no idea, but most likely a lot), or replace both the sensor and the entire logic board with another set that is already paired and undamaged. Wish I could be more help. Good luck!

    Jeff Suovanen -

    Difficult though it may be, as a retired fixer, and amazed at the new tiny tiny parts, I am even more amazed at this new cooperative culture of fixers. The depth of helpful detail is amazing. The new environment of cheap special tools, and amazingly detailed hires pics is a powerful new repair meme. I used i-fixit for my first MBAir, but haven’t the skills for this, my current mac. But this addition, the carefully inserted comments of users, and the skills and cooperative attitude of you all, is quite amazing. And I watch and admire. Well done, you.

    jock mctavish - Ответить

    This cable has a metal plate that is PART OF THE CABLE. It is initially invisible, and can easily be mistaken for part of the logic board upon which it is adhered. As you begin to try to peel it up, make certain that your tool is also making its way beneath that integral thin metal plate. There are chip components that will delaminate from the cable if you attempt to lift it, or if your prying tool happens to not make it under the plate.

    Tim Elverston - Ответить

  16. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the 1.9 mm screw from the Touch Bar digitizer connector bracket. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the 1.9 mm screw from the Touch Bar digitizer connector bracket.
    • Use a T3 Torx driver to remove the 1.9 mm screw from the Touch Bar digitizer connector bracket.

  17. Remove the bracket.
    • Remove the bracket.

  18. Use a spudger to disconnect the Touch Bar digitizer by prying its connector straight up from the logic board. Use a spudger to disconnect the Touch Bar digitizer by prying its connector straight up from the logic board.
    • Use a spudger to disconnect the Touch Bar digitizer by prying its connector straight up from the logic board.

  19. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove two 1.9 mm screws from the Touch Bar display connector bracket. Use a T3 Torx driver to remove two 1.9 mm screws from the Touch Bar display connector bracket.
    • Use a T3 Torx driver to remove two 1.9 mm screws from the Touch Bar display connector bracket.

  20. Remove the bracket.
    • Remove the bracket.

  21. Use a spudger to disconnect the Touch Bar display connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Use a spudger to disconnect the Touch Bar display connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Use a spudger to disconnect the Touch Bar display connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  22. Peel back any tape covering the microphone connector socket. Peel back any tape covering the microphone connector socket.
    • Peel back any tape covering the microphone connector socket.

  23. Open the locking flap on the microphone cable's ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Open the locking flap on the microphone cable's ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Open the locking flap on the microphone cable's ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  24. Disconnect the microphone cable by pulling it back—away from the fan—until it slides out of its socket. If possible, pull on the attached tape, rather than on the cable itself.
    • Disconnect the microphone cable by pulling it back—away from the fan—until it slides out of its socket.

    • If possible, pull on the attached tape, rather than on the cable itself.

  25. Peel back any tape covering the connector for the left-side tweeter. Peel back any tape covering the connector for the left-side tweeter.
    • Peel back any tape covering the connector for the left-side tweeter.

  26. Flip open the locking flap for the left-side tweeter ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Flip open the locking flap for the left-side tweeter ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Flip open the locking flap for the left-side tweeter ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  27. Disconnect the cable by pulling it towards the tweeter until it slides out of its socket. If possible, pull on the attached tape rather than the cable itself.
    • Disconnect the cable by pulling it towards the tweeter until it slides out of its socket.

    • If possible, pull on the attached tape rather than the cable itself.

  28. Underneath the tweeter's flex cable lies a second ZIF connector, for the left main speaker. Peel back any tape covering the socket for the left main speaker.
    • Underneath the tweeter's flex cable lies a second ZIF connector, for the left main speaker.

    • Peel back any tape covering the socket for the left main speaker.

  29. Flip open the locking flap for the left main speaker ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Flip open the locking flap for the left main speaker ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Flip open the locking flap for the left main speaker ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  30. Disconnect the left main speaker cable by pulling it toward the tweeter until it slides free from its socket. Remember to pull on the attached tape, not the cable.
    • Disconnect the left main speaker cable by pulling it toward the tweeter until it slides free from its socket.

    • Remember to pull on the attached tape, not the cable.

  31. Repeat the previous six steps to disconnect the opposite tweeter and main speaker, on the right. Begin by peeling back any tape covering the tweeter connector.
    • Repeat the previous six steps to disconnect the opposite tweeter and main speaker, on the right.

    • Begin by peeling back any tape covering the tweeter connector.

  32. Flip open the locking flap for the right-side tweeter ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Flip open the locking flap for the right-side tweeter ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Flip open the locking flap for the right-side tweeter ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  33. Disconnect the cable by pulling it towards the tweeter until it slides out of its socket. Remember to pull on the tape if possible—not the actual cable.
    • Disconnect the cable by pulling it towards the tweeter until it slides out of its socket.

    • Remember to pull on the tape if possible—not the actual cable.

  34. Peel back any tape covering the connector for the right-side main speaker. Peel back any tape covering the connector for the right-side main speaker.
    • Peel back any tape covering the connector for the right-side main speaker.

  35. Flip open the locking flap for the right-side main speaker ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board. Flip open the locking flap for the right-side main speaker ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.
    • Flip open the locking flap for the right-side main speaker ZIF connector by prying it straight up from the logic board.

  36. Pull the right-side main speaker cable toward the tweeter until it slides free from its socket.
    • Pull the right-side main speaker cable toward the tweeter until it slides free from its socket.

  37. Disconnect the first antenna cable by prying it straight up from its socket. Carefully slide your tweezers or the flat end of your spudger underneath the cable until it's near the socket, and then gently twist or pry up to disconnect it. Carefully slide your tweezers or the flat end of your spudger underneath the cable until it's near the socket, and then gently twist or pry up to disconnect it.
    • Disconnect the first antenna cable by prying it straight up from its socket.

    • Carefully slide your tweezers or the flat end of your spudger underneath the cable until it's near the socket, and then gently twist or pry up to disconnect it.

  38. Repeat the previous step to disconnect the two remaining antenna cables.
    • Repeat the previous step to disconnect the two remaining antenna cables.

    • To reconnect each cable, align the connector directly over its socket, and then press down to snap it into place.

  39. Use a T5 Torx driver to remove the 2.9 mm screw securing the antenna cable bundle. Use a T5 Torx driver to remove the 2.9 mm screw securing the antenna cable bundle.
    • Use a T5 Torx driver to remove the 2.9 mm screw securing the antenna cable bundle.

  40. Remove all ten screws securing the logic board assembly: Three 2.5 mm Torx T3 screws
    • Remove all ten screws securing the logic board assembly:

    • Three 2.5 mm Torx T3 screws

    • Five 2.9 mm Torx T5 screws

    • Two 3.0 mm Torx T5 screws

    • During reassembly, install these screws loosely and adjust the logic board's position if necessary before tightening the screws.

  41. Peel up (but don't remove) the two rubber vibration damping strips from the adhesive holding them to the fans. If needed, apply mild heat with an iOpener, hair dryer, or heat gun to soften the adhesive and make the dampers easier to separate. If needed, apply mild heat with an iOpener, hair dryer, or heat gun to soften the adhesive and make the dampers easier to separate.
    • Peel up (but don't remove) the two rubber vibration damping strips from the adhesive holding them to the fans.

    • If needed, apply mild heat with an iOpener, hair dryer, or heat gun to soften the adhesive and make the dampers easier to separate.

    Mine had no adhesive on them at all. You only need to make sure they are loosened from the fan shroud. They come out with the logic board assembly.

    Troy Reimche - Ответить

  42. The logic board assembly is a tight fit, but you can make it easier to remove by inserting a spudger under the left edge and levering it up slightly. There should be no resistance as you remove the logic board. Check all cables carefully and hold them out of the way if needed so they don't snag on the board.
    • The logic board assembly is a tight fit, but you can make it easier to remove by inserting a spudger under the left edge and levering it up slightly.

    • There should be no resistance as you remove the logic board. Check all cables carefully and hold them out of the way if needed so they don't snag on the board.

    • Lift from the left side to remove the logic board assembly.

    Wichtig !!

    Vorher den Display Anschluß (hinten mitte) Abschrauben und lösen.

    2x bleche mit jeweils 2 Scxhrauben

    Martin Klinzmann - Ответить

    What just happened… While I was removing the logic board one of the small black boxes from the bottom right just fell off. I am not sure but I think it is a capacitor - it says KO 336 16K 723. It just fell, I did not even touch this part… Maybe it was broken when I opened up the case in the beginning, but I did not notice it then.

    Did I just break my laptop?

    Nikita Jesaibegjans - Ответить

  43. When reinstalling the logic board assembly: Check the alignment of the rubber vibration dampers, and adjust them as needed. Feed the antenna cable bundle through the gap between the logic board and heat sink, and make sure it lines up correctly as you lower the board into place.
    • When reinstalling the logic board assembly:

    • Check the alignment of the rubber vibration dampers, and adjust them as needed.

    • Feed the antenna cable bundle through the gap between the logic board and heat sink, and make sure it lines up correctly as you lower the board into place.

    • Verify that no cables get trapped under the board as you install it. Check each marked location carefully.

Заключение

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Microphoneのパーツの説明欄には、Teardownの動画がリンクされていますが、その動画にはMic部分の説明が無いため、このページをリンクしておくと良いと思いました。

This page should be linked In the page of microphone assembly. Threre is not any microphone assembly part in the video embedded in the page.

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