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Discussion in 'Off Topic Forum' started by pc747, Apr 3, 2017.
Those of us with a macbook that is getting up there in age here is some useful info.
Replaced a few for friends and family. Pretty straightforward, but this is an excellent guide
Though if they have the newest MBP then they're out of luck. They use a proprietary drive now from what I've heard.
I replaced my HD a couple of years ago with an SSD.. Huge difference in speed.
The new MBP, from what I understand is not user upgradable.
Yes same here Samsung SSD here as well ...nice and simple replacement
Not proprietary, soldered to the board. Like the Dell XPS 13. RAM and SSD aren't user upgradeable anymore.
Oh, hmm thought it was proprietary. Yeah as an owner of the XPS 13, it's a bit of a bummer I couldn't upgrade the ssd myself, but realistically I don't need all that storage for what I use my laptop for.
Nah just the cheap way out for them. Make it so if something goes bad we have to pay.