Upgrade any Macbook Flash Drive even when The Apple Store says You Cant

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Did you buy a Macbook Pro, Air and wished you got a bigger Flash drive? Then you drove to the Apple Store only to have one of the reps tell you that you cant upgrade the storage because it’s soldered in?

…well it’s not true

You can in fact upgrade your Macbook Flash drive to a much bigger one for a fraction of the cost. Why Apple tell’s you can’t? Not sure.

Here are the links for current Macbooks

A video to show you how to change out the flash drive…it’s really easy.

Macbook Pro

MacBook Pro with Retina 13″ & 15″ Late 2013 – Current?1 Terabyte

MacBook Pro with Retina 13″ & 15″ Late 2013 – Current?480 Gigabyte

Macbook Pro with Retina 13″ & 15″ 2012 to early 2013 240 Gigabyte – 1 Terabyte

Macbook Air

Macbook Air 2010 – 2011 120 Gigabyte – 1 Terabyte

Macbook Air 2012 120 Gigabyte – 1 Terabyte

Macbook Air 2013 to Current 120 Gigabyte – 1 Terabyte