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Versione corrente di: Amber Taus ,

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The signaling is a raw display signal unlike what we've seen in the past. Before we had LVDS, then iDP (also known as eDP) which is what the older retina displays used. Here the signal is not converted as the T-CON board is mounted at the hinge area just above the main logic board.
Here’s an image of the display connections for all of the newer 13” & 15” TB & Fn models.
-[image|1527397]
+[image|2448923]
The signal cabled or soldered to the T-CON and not replaceable or removable without damage.
Sadly, nothing here to fix.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

Testo:

The signaling is a raw display signal unlike what we've seen in the past. Before we had LVDS, then iDP (also known as eDP) which is what the older retina displays used. Here the signal is not converted as the T-CON board is mounted  at the hinge area just above the main logic board.

Here’s an image of the display connections for all of the newer 13” & 15” TB & Fn models.

[image|1527397]

The signal cabled or soldered to the T-CON and not replaceable or removable without damage.

Sadly, nothing here to fix.

Stato:

open