M.2 adapter for mid-2012 rMBP is that possible?


macrumors P6
Feb 20, 2009


macrumors 68000
Nov 9, 2015
Honolulu HI

is there any adapter for M.2 for Macbook Pro 2012 Mid

like this

or is there another possibility?
We're all confused here.

Which exact MBP model do you have - press the Apple icon in the upper left ("About This Mac") and tell us what model comes up - it will have a Mac type and year. If your Mac isn't working, look at the bottom of the case and it will have a "Model No." on it.

Do you have an existing SSD you want to use with your computer?

In the future, are you looking to use whatever SSD you put in your MBP to some other use or do you not care about that?

The adapter you have in your original post is not right. The one in post #4 will work if you have a non-Retina MBP and you have a M.2 SATA SSD. But if you really have what you posted in post #3, you can use a standard 2.5" SATA SSD - no adapter needed. The list of what works and what doesn't goes on - it really would help if you answer the questions above.