Upgrade Support for Macs

2019 - 2008

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iMac

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Macbook Pro

2018 - 2008

Macbook Air

2017 - 2010

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Mac Mini

2011 - 2012 - 2014 - 2018

Sick of the spinning wheel of death?

 

Every time you turn on your Mac computer, you’re using your storage drive.

 

It holds all your irreplaceable files and it loads and saves almost everything your system does. Join more and more people who are keeping their family videos, travel photos, music, and important documents on an SSD, and get the near-instant performance and lasting reliability that comes with solid-state storage.

 

Upgrading from a rotational hard drive to an SSD drive, which can run up to 12X faster and will have the OS up and running in seconds.

 

The computer can access the files it needs in seconds compared to what you're probably use, to of a minute or more.

In a work environment time is money and even at home, it can get a bit frustrating just trying to do simple tasks.

Ram Memory is an important bit of hardware which affects computer performance.

Most of the older macs have on average 4GB's of Ram onboard which was fine 5-10 years ago but with the ever-increasing size of the macOS X software releases, these macs tend to struggle.

 

Later macs come with 8GB's of Ram as a general rule, with higher GB configurations coming with a much higher cost.

 

With more Ram it allows you to multi-task at a greater pace, allowing your applications such as web browsing, emailing and MS Word document execution to perform faster.

 

Depending on your mac but as a general upgrading rule, 8GB of Ram is a bare minimum, with 12GB -16GB been the recommended amount of Ram for general use.

 

If your mac is compatible and your planning on running high intensive programs such as video editing, photos and gaming, you may want to consider 32GB of Ram. 

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OWC Aura Pro X2 SSD
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Crucial SSD
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Crucial Memory Ram