Hi, Over the past 6 months or so I've been debating on what to do with my MacBook Air. I've come up with a plan for what I finally want to do, but I have one problem. First off, here's my plan: I have an Early 2014 11.6" MacBook Air -- 4 GB of RAM and 256 GB SSD. I'd like to sell it and get a 13.3" MacBook Air. To do this, I'd first get an external hard drive (via USB 3.0) and take all of my info from the 11.6" to put onto the 13.3" But if I sell my 11.6" (even if I wipe it clean) I've been told that an SSD doesn't actually completely erase? That's my biggest problem at this point. I've been through giving a Mac away before but it was a different story. I had a MacBook Pro that I wiped clean and gave to my cousin. But now I've read an SSD doesn't erase like a traditional hard drive. So, if I can't wipe the SSD clean of my personal info, I obviously wouldn't want to sell it to someone. Does anyone know how I can safely and completely wipe the SSD clean? I figure if I can't find a solution, I'll go to the Apple Store and seek help. My 11.6" MacBook Air is in great condition, I only use it for college, and I don't do any heavy lifting with it (such as video or photo editing). The only reason I want to sell it is because I'd like to have the 13.3" screen. I'm ready to upgrade, but first I have to figure out this SSD-erase issue. If anyone has an advice or first-hand experience with this, I'd greatly appreciate help. Thanks.