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MacBook Storage running out of space?

Updated: Aug 4, 2023



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Upgrade SSD for your MacBook?



What does SSD do for your MacBook?


SSDs is the boot drives of your MacBook enabling it to boot times for your Macs to descend form around a minute to a matter of seconds.


As well as, cutting down waiting times for accessing files stored on the drives.


An SSD can be a welcoming upgrade for an older Mac’s mechanical drive.



The benefits of a SSD upgrade is to help the older model to keep up with the newer model.


After the upgrader, the data access speed increases to about 35 to 100 microseconds, which is about 100 times faster than the old one.

Plus, you would not risk losing or corrupting data in case your SSD is left unplugged making them more reliable.


Adding on they are more durable and long-lasting, quieter and energy-efficient.

Which MacBook model are able to do SSD upgrade?


MacBook Air: Most models from 2017 year or older have hard drive upgrade options.

Example:

MacBook Air (13-inch)


MacBook Pros: Both 13-inch and 15-inch models 2012 -2015 year and older can be upgraded.

Example:


MacBook Pros: Non TouchBar 13-inch model 2016 year.

Example:

MacBook Pro Non TouchBar (13-inch)


Non-Retina MacBook Pro: up to late 2016 may also have an option, but most units from 2016 on are very limited on both upgrades and replacement options.


With Mac.Infinty, can help you upgrade your SSD for you.


  • We provide fast and quality services to our customer with our experienced technician on the job.

  • Open for 7 days a week which make our services to you more flexible.

  • Using quality parts to fix your MacBook with care form our technician.

  • We provide one year warranty after the upgrade is completed.


For more details, come down and visit us at Millenia walk #01-68 Mac.Infinity,

or visit Funan Mall #03-24.




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