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blue-moves

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Can anyone point me towards an internal SSD caddy that will definitely fit into a: Late 2009 13" White Unibody MacBook (MacBook6, 1)?

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(Not a MacBook 'Pro').
 

blue-moves

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Dec 31, 2019
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Says it supports Macbook 6,1, which is the late 2009 Macbook.

Thank You! :)

Just wondering.. if it can fit in all those other listed MacBook Pros - does it follow that other (much cheaper!) caddies that fit in those, would fit in my MacBook6, 1 ?
Seems logical but I might be missing something..
?
 
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oneMadRssn

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Thank You! :)

Just wondering.. if it can fit in all those other listed MacBook Pros - does it follow that other (much cheaper!) caddies that fit in those, would fit in my MacBook6, 1 ?
Seems logical but I might be missing something..
?
This one is only $20 and from a very reputable company - probably the most reputable Mac accessory company that has been making Mac hardware upgrade kits for decades. How much cheaper do you want it to be?

I think it depends on the bolt holes. Shape-wise, any should work, but this one probably has the bolt holes for all the different Macs to the extent they vary.
 
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blue-moves

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They will all fit.
Even the ones that are advertised as 'for MacBook Pro'?
Are you sure they have the same type of internal SATA slots and the same screw-hole positions?

oneMadRssn "How much cheaper do you want it to be?"
I've seen similar on eBay for a tenth of the cost (wanted to know if they'd fit as they're advertised as 'for MacBook Pro')
Unemployed in the UK, $20 is a week's food for me..
 
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ScreenSavers

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Even the ones that are advertised as 'for MacBook Pro'?
Are you sure they have the same type of internal SATA slots and the same screw-hole positions?

oneMadRssn "How much cheaper do you want it to be?"
I've seen similar on eBay for a tenth of the cost (wanted to know if they'd fit as they're advertised as 'for MacBook Pro')
Unemployed in the UK, $20 is a week's food for me..

The MacBook Pro a1278 and the MacBook a1342 use the same SuperDrive. I’ve swapped them myself.
 
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