SSD Upgrades to your Apple Macbook Air (Late 2010 onwards) can increase its life, storage capacity and speed and make it run like new.
From late 2010 to the current model, Apple have been supplying Macbook Air with small SSD drives (64GB, 128GB etc)
With todays larger OS many people find themselves running out of disk space.
If a MacBook Air runs out of disk space performing an update, it can render the computer unusable. So before upgrading to a new OS, it is wise to have at least 20GB of free disk space.
Below are our prices to replace and install the current SSD with a larger capacity SSD
Please call. Due to exchange rate fluctuations with USD, these prices are changing daily.
Please contact us with your Mac ID for a quote
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