rMBP SSD Upgrade

Muscle Master

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Oct 15, 2010
581
113
Philadelphia
Are there any updates till when there will be any aftermarket SSD options for the rMBP

any news at all.. I'd buy a TB for at least $1,200 if available
 

beamer8912

macrumors 65816
May 30, 2009
1,137
1
Are there any updates till when there will be any aftermarket SSD options for the rMBP

any news at all.. I'd buy a TB for at least $1,200 if available
Damn. That's dropping some serious cash. You could buy a nice NAS or some thunderbolt enabled raid storage and get a lot more space.

I don't understand people's phobias of external storage. I regularly use 2-3 USB drives and an external drive. It's way more cost effective and makes your data more portable.
 

Cypther

macrumors member
Jan 15, 2012
61
0
Are there any updates till when there will be any aftermarket SSD options for the rMBP

any news at all.. I'd buy a TB for at least $1,200 if available
Once third party SSD options are available Apple will change the connecters on the next rev. of their SSD for their laptop. Mac air 2011 SSD is not the same as 2012 SSD I don't think Apple wants anyone to mess with the inside of their computers.