Overall, a 512GB SSD upgrade is suitable for general use-cases that don't require multiple high-end applications and heavy files. On the other hand, the 1TB/2TB/3TB model is optimal for users who often work with advanced or processing intensive applications and need access to and store a lot of files simultaneously.
Backups are almost mandatory and it almost goes without saying that it can be a much faster operation to carry out!
This upgrade offers users a much faster computing experience as SSDs are more energy efficient, more reliable and much quieter than other hard drives. Upgrading your Mac computer's hard drive to an SSD can make one of the most drastic differences to your Mac computer's performance by the OS starting up in as little as 20 secs or applications launching in as little as 5 secs!
Even spreadsheet calculations are carried out much faster - it’ll feel like you are using a brand new machine - mine certainly does!
Not all machines are upgradeable in this way of course - well this is Apple Computers we are talking about here!
Contact me with your computers details such as model, serial number and I’ll try to tell you your options for upgrading!
Whether it’s an old 2011 iMac or one of the a newer models, we can speed it up by replacing your old tired hard drive with a new solid state drive (SSD). Mac RAM upgrades where possible are also upgradeable. Slim iMacs without DVD drives are also repairable, and upgradeable. Apples fusion drives do fail, especially on the 2012-2015 models.
MacBook Pros up to 2014 early 2015 are upgradeable. The parts that are upgradeable on these models is the solid-state drive. The same with MacBook Air upgrades you can change the size of your SSD. From 128GB SSD to 1TB SSD.
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