Upgrade to a 1TB Internal SSD in MacBook Pro Retina, MacBook Air
This recent announcement snuck up on MPG, but it’s significant for those who like to carry much of their “world” with them.
Too small an SSD inside your 2012/2013 MacBook Pro and/or MacBook Air 2008-2012?
Install the existing SSD into a compact Envoy Pro case, replacing it with a 1TB internal SSD (or 480GB or 240GB).
For example, a 1TB upgrade for the 2012/2013 MBP is $549 or $599 with tools and the Envoy Pro external case (for the prior SSD).
The MPG 2013 MacBook Pro Retina still does a great job*, so it’s nice to know that an internal SSD option is available. The CPU is amply fast for most all workflows.
* The 2014 MacBook Pro Retina has no material speed advantage over the 2013 model, no reason to upgrade on that account.