This works on a mid-2015 Pro Retina also. The display is *slightly* different in that the black antenna cover does not simply slide to one side and come off. It has little tiny end caps that can be popped on/off. Apart from that and the antenna had one more screw all the way on the right (away from the display connecter) that doesn’t have to be removed to just lift up the antenna and while holding the antenna slightly up, you can remove and replace the LCD connector. All else was the same and I was able to fix my Mid 2015 MacBook Retina Pro. Thanks iFixit!!!