Hi Guys, I am trying to upgrade my MacBook Pro 13" Mid 2012's memory from 4GB to as much as I can get. I went on the website crucial and chose my computer model. MacBook Pro 13" Mid 2012. Crucial told me that there is a 4GB and an 8GB memory stick that are compatible with my computer. And that my system's maximum memory is: 16384MB. If this is the case I would happily go with 2x 8gb sticks. BUT then support.apple.com website says that my machine's maximum memory is 8GB (and only accepts 2GB and 4GB memory sticks) https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201165 So I'm conflicted. Can I trust Crucial and ignore Apple? Also, Any hint as to what screw driver set I could buy to execute this? I bought a set a while ago to open up my macbook pro and the set was such poor quality that the screwdrivers twisted while removing the screws. The screws are in great shape and the screwdriver was tossed in the garbage. Thanks, I appreciate the help!