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I feel your pain! All of the retina models use eDP (iDP) signaling, LVDS is not used at all.
While the cable connection is similar its not pinned out in the same way in different model versions! Which is why things get hairy! And you are correct the EDID is also different across many of the series! Apple by design makes this extremely hard to fit other LCD panels in.
But you don’t need to do that! Here’s a source for the panel [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_372&products_id=14600|Raw Retina MacBook Pro 13" LCD and glass assembly (L13/M14)]
So let’s say you got the panel now you need to rebuild the lid assembly, here’s the process [guide|9493].
-The biggest problem rebuilding the display is the sheets! If you take them out you run the risk of damaging them (a wrinkle creates a dark spot). Then the dust! The dust is by far the biggest issue as any will also distort the light. We ended up making a clean box to work on panels as it was such a big issue. Think of a fume hood with filtered air and kept extremely clean! Ideally, you want a dual bay setup one to clean the dust away and then a passage to pass the part to the next bay to assemble.
+The biggest problem rebuilding the display is the sheets! If you take them out you run the risk of damaging them (a wrinkle creates a dark spot). Then the dust and finger prints! The finger prints are by far the biggest issue as any will also distort the light. We ended up making a clean box to work on panels as it was such a big issue. Think of a fume hood with filtered air and kept extremely clean! Ideally, you want a dual bay setup one to clean the dust away and then a passage to pass the part to the next bay to assemble.

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I feel your pain! All of the retina models use eDP (iDP) signaling, LVDS is not used at all.

While the cable connection is similar its not pinned out in the same way in different model versions! Which is why things get hairy! And you are correct the EDID is also different across many of the series! Apple by design makes this extremely hard to fit other LCD panels in.

But you don’t need to do that! Here’s a source for the panel [https://www.thebookyard.com/product.php?cPath=39_367_372&products_id=14600|Raw Retina MacBook Pro 13" LCD and glass assembly (L13/M14)]

So let’s say you got the panel now you need to rebuild the lid assembly, here’s the process [guide|9493].

The biggest problem rebuilding the display is the sheets! If you take them out you run the risk of damaging them (a wrinkle creates a dark spot). Then the dust! The dust is by far the biggest issue as any will also distort the light. We ended up making a clean box to work on panels as it was such a big issue. Think of a fume hood with filtered air and kept extremely clean! Ideally, you want a dual bay setup one to clean the dust away and then a passage to pass the part to the next bay to assemble.

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