MacBook Retina 12" 2015 Parts
Grab a toolkit for your MacBook Retina 12" 2015 model and fix your broken laptop!
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MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) Battery
Replacement 5260 mAh battery for MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015)
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015-2017) Display Cable
Replace the display assembly flex cable.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) USB-C Port
Replace your MacBook's only USB connector.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) IPD Flex Cable
This cable connects the trackpad assembly to the logic board.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015-2017) Lower Case Screw Set
Replace the color coordinated exterior screws that hold the lower case panel in place.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) USB-C Flex Cable
This cable connects the USB-C port to the logic board.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) Trackpad
Replace the "Force Touch" trackpad for a MacBook 12" Retina A1534 Early 2015 laptop model.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) Logic Board
Replace a logic board (motherboard) compatible with the Early 2015 12" Retina MacBook. Fix processing issues like unexpected shutdowns, reboots or water damage.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015-2017) Keyboard Flex Cable
This cable connects the keyboard to the trackpad assembly.
MacBook 12" Retina (Early 2015) Upper Case with Keyboard
Replace an upper case compatible with the Early 2015 model A1534 MacBook 12 inch Retina laptop. Includes the keyboard and dual microphones.
Apple announced the new MacBook at their March 9 unveiling alongside the Apple Watch. The redesigned 2015 MacBook is Apple's latest foray into ultraportable devices. It features a single USB-C port, runs on an Intel Core M processor, and at 13.1mm thick and 2.03 pounds it is thinner and lighter than the MacBook Air.
Available in three colors—silver, space grey, and gold—the new MacBook has a whole host of upgrades. It uses the a Force Touch trackpad—which Apple unveiled in their 13" MacBook Pro earlier this year—as well as a fully redesigned keyboard and a thinner 12-inch Retina display. The 39.7-watt-hour battery delivers up to 9 hours of web browsing and can be charged through the USB-C port.