While M1 Macs have the RAM and SSD soldered to the logic board, it's been discovered that users armed with patience may be able to upgrade the memory and storage of Apple's M1 chip.
Need more internal storage on your new Mac Pro already? Look no further than Other World Computing (OWC). The company has announced the Accelsior 4M2 SSD, its fastest-ever PCI Express-based Solid State Drive (SSD). It works in the new Mac Pro and the 2012 and 2010 models too, with configurations priced starting at $479.99 for 1 TB.
Running out of space on your Retina MacBook Pro? Depending on the model, it's possible to upgrade your internal storage with a larger SSD. This tutorial will walk you through the Retina MacBook Pro SSD upgrade process.
There are a lot of pre-Retina Display equipped 13-inch MacBook Pros still in service. If you have one and you're looking to get some more bang for your buck, it's possible with relatively little muss and fuss to upgrade them to keep them going a while longer while making them much faster than they ever were from the factory. One of the best performance upgrades you can give your MacBook Pro is to replace the stock hard disk drive with an SSD. This guide will show you how.
Canadian Mac specialists Other World Computing (OWC), which has its headquartered in Illinois, today launched what they're calling their fastest USB-C SSD yet, a new version of its standalone Envoy Pro EX with USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 compatibility, up to two terabytes of flash storage and an anodized aluminum housing for the drive featuring IP67-rated water and dust resistance.
The affordable Aura Pro X2 flash memory upgrade kits from Other World Computing (OWC) help make your old Mac feel and run like a brand-new model. These performant SSDs consume less power and run cooler than any flash drive drive before. And thanks to our video instructions, you'll be able to swap factory SSD for an Aura in under ten minutes.
As we told you this morning, refreshed iMacs offer not only faster CPUs but more affordable RAM and GPU upgrade options, too. As it turns out, Apple's now lowered prices on flash storage upgrades for the new MacBook Air, Mac mini and MacBook Pro models, as well as tweaked some other build-to-order options for iMac Pro and Mac Pro.
If you purchased your 13-inch MacBook Pro without Touch Bar between June 2017 and June 2018 and it exhibits SSD issues, including data loss and drive failure, you're not alone.
When scouting out external drives, there is a lot to consider. Speed, durability, size, and so much more. We've found (and tested) the best HDDs and SSDs for your Mac or PC.
Every once in a while you stumble onto a piece of gear that is so crazy powerful you just lust after it, even if its capabilities far exceeds your needs. I myself do it often with cameras, TVs, and cars. However, this time it was a hard drive that caught my eye.
The latest MacBook Pros fully embraced USB-C. Charging, displays, and other I/O are all connected through this universal port. In a profession that is quite storage-intensive, I've spent my fair share of time researching and testing hard drives. The Glyph Atom has become my latest favorite, and has so far been my drive of choice with my new MacBook Pro.
Last year, I shared a roundup of my favorite accessories for my 2015 15-inch MacBook Pro. Times have since changed, and I was recently convinced to pick up a new 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro.
In this piece, I’ll pick up where I left off in my previous post by going over additional accessories that I consider essentials for my 2017 MacBook Pro. Worthy of note, these should all work with the 2016 MacBook Pro too.