I'm a computer tech that repairs Windows systems, but I started to use and repair Macs about a year ago. On a side note, I've found Apple's OS to be superior to Windows, and it's also far easier to repair a corrupt Apple OS than a Windows OS. Window's repair tools don't even work most of the time.
I've been lucky so far with the Macbook's that I've encountered with a failed logic board. More specifically, the customers had a time machine or i-Cloud backup. As I get more and more Macbooks, I anticipate logic board failures in which the Macbook uses a blade and the customer needs data recovered. It looks as though there are about 4 different pin configurations for those blade SSD's. So I guess I need to hunt down a few adapters.
Thanks for that adapter link Mr. Brightside.
Isn't it kind of odd that it doesn't list the pin configuration? These are the pin configurations I've found:
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