How to upgrade your MacBook

One of the most important questions we get is because of the rapid development that is happening
It will need great capabilities to suit the requirements of the programs.

This post is very important if you are thinking of doing an upgrade
It is very important if you are thinking of buying a used device

It will start with the MacBook Pro

  • From 2010 to 2012 “Unibody” model (with CD drive included)

You can upgrade the hard drive up to 512GB SSD
For RAM up to 16GB
Except for the 2010 model up to 8GB

  • 2012 to 2015 model “Retina Display”

You can upgrade it for flash drives up to 512GB SSD
But the RAM can not supply it because it is Built-in

Model 2016 to 2020

Hard and RAM are built-in, you can’t upgrade

Except for the 2016 and 2017 “Non-Touch Bar” models.
You can upgrade flash drives up to 512GB

For the MacBook Air

From the beginning of 2009 to 2017, the upgrade will only be on the hard drive
You can expand it up to 512GB Flash drive

From 2017 until now, the hard drive will be Built-in, you can’t upgrade

Note: All the spaces mentioned are the spaces that achieve stability in performance, meaning it is actually possible for the device to accommodate larger spaces, but the performance will not be the best thing.

And finally, if your MacBook needs upgrade you can do it in Macintosh