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Das im November 2020 erschienene 13" MacBook Air verfügt über Apples Arm-basierten M1-SoC mit einer 8-Kern-CPU und bis zu einer 8-Kern-GPU. (Modell A2337 / EMC 3598 mit zwei Thunderbolt 3-Anschlüssen)

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Swap logicboard and touch-ID with another MacBook same model

I have Two identical MacBook Air m1’s models. One is grey with broken screen, the other is space grey that is locked. Other than that all specs are the same, I.e. the base configuration.

I want to put the logicboard from the grey one with the busted screen into the space grey one that is locked, effectively making the space grey one not locked. Will that work considering Apple serialising and locking everything in all sort of ways.

Any help is appreciated.

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As you are swapping the logic boards with there power button (TouchID) that would work but why are you gonging Dow the hardier path? I would just swap out the displays as that would be the quicker and less risky path.

What can be confusing is a virgin display (brand new) wouldn’t work correctly as the displays firmware is not installed! That’s why you need the calibration tool, a used display in this series works! So in your case the working display.

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Mkkn Nkdl wird auf ewig dankbar sein.
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