Which SSD is used in MacBook Pro?
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|This item BIZON 256GB PCIe SSD for Apple MacBook Pro, Retina and MacBook-Air Late-2013, 2014, 2015 A1502, A1398|
|Hardware Interface||Solid State Drive|
|Item Dimensions||10.16 x 5.08 x 7.62 cm|
|Memory Storage Capacity||256 GB|
|Model Number||661-02351, 661-02396, 661-8136, 661-8138|
Can you use any SSD in a MacBook Pro?
As of the time of publication, Apple offers SSD storage in sizes of 64, 128 and 256 gigabytes in the MacBook Air, and 128, 256 and 512GB in the MacBook Pro. All MacBook Pro models include a standard hard drive by default, but all of them can be upgraded to an SSD in any of the above sizes at the time of purchase.
Can you put an SSD in a 2009 MacBook Pro?
Unibody MacBook Pro Q&A. How do you upgrade the hard drive in the “Mid-2009” through “Mid-2012” Unibody MacBook Pro models? If a hard drive was installed by default, it is quite possible to replace the stock hard drive with an SSD, too.
What SSD does Mac use?
Both 6Gbps SATA III — and now PCIe solid-state drive modules have been used in the more recent Retina era MacBook Pro lineup. And once again, Apple has chosen to use slightly non-standard mSATA or PCI SSD connectors.
When did the new MacBook Pro hard drive come out?
If you’re not sure whether or not you have a 15-Inch “Late 2008” MacBook Pro or another model, these models — and for the purpose of a hard drive upgrade, the almost identical “Early 2009” models — can be most readily identified externally via EMC number 2255 on the bottom of the computer.
Are there any MacBook Pro SSD’s left in stock?
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How to replace the hard drive on a MacBook Pro?
Apple covers how to replace the stock hard drive with a larger one (or an SSD) on pages 38-41 of the “Unibody” 15-Inch MacBook Pro User Guide (PDF). The User Guides start by noting that:
Where is the hard disk drive on a MacBook Pro?
You can upgrade the hard disk drive in your MacBook Pro. The hard disk drive is located to the left of the battery when you open the back of your MacBook Pro. The replacement drive must be a 2.5-inch drive with a Serial ATA (SATA) connector.