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Even though both are SATA and 2.5" wide, you won't be able to use the Seagate 1 TB drive in your MacBook as it is too thick for fit and be able to cool properly. Your Seagate drive is 12.5 mm thick while the normal drive size for a MacBook and MBP is 9.5 mm.
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