SSD Upgrades for Apple Pro Retina (Late 2012 onwards) can increase its storage, capacity and performance and make it run like new.

macbook-proFrom 2012 to the current model, have been supplying the Pro with relatively small drives (128GB etc)

With todays larger OS many people find themselves running out of disk space, especially after installing a new OS.

If the retina 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.


To find out if or how much your Apple Computer can be upgraded, you firstly need your computers serial number which can be found on ““.

local mac model id

Once you have your serial number send an to we can then give you a written of options that will suit your Apple

Please contact us as detailed below to confirm order and pay deposit.

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If you live in , and you need any kind of , please complete the form here before bringing your device or computer to us at 315 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia or call us out by clicking here. You can us at or call:

08 6118 2601 

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Apple Pro Retina (2012 onwards)

“Retina Display” Pro 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 models that are crafted from a single piece of aluminum and have a 13-Inch or 15-Inch “Retina Display.” These notebooks do not have a name on the display bezel (they only have “ Pro” text on the bottom of the notebook). They also lack an optical drive, so collective identification is possible by these two points alone. However, they additionally can be spotted by model numbers , and .

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