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Im Juni 2017 brachte Apple die Neuausgabe vom 13" MacBook Air heraus. Es erhielt den neueren Broadwell Intel Core i5 Prozessor, die Leistung und Akkulaufzeit stieg dadurch etwas an.

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MacBook Air "Core i5" 1.6 13" (Early 2015) A1466 (EMC 2925) Lid Sensor


I'm working on a logic board of the A1466 (EMC 2925) and I'd like to know the exact position of the lid sensor. Since the screen has been completely ripped off (lol) before I got it, I can't seem to force it to boot to an external monitor. (The solution would have been to close the lid, simply).

The logic board has been isolated from the rest, to the bare minimum, and the fan is spinning. I think the board works, but can't really tell until I can properly what is going on.

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The sensor is located on the I/O board on the Uppercase side (hidden)

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You'll need a rare earth magnet to slide across the upper case along the edge when the sensor sits to enable it (emulating a closed lid)

Here's the needed display assembly to replace it if the original one is to messed up MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2013-2017) Display Assembly and the guide to replace it MacBook Air (13 Zoll, Anfang 2017) Display tauschen

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MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2013-2017) Display Assembly


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cold stuffs wird auf ewig dankbar sein.

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