Chances are, your Mac can run faster.

Adding SSD/NVMe or 7200RPM HDD speed up overall Mac performance. Such can take a leap with consistency and performance with added memory.

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You can also send us your Mac serial numbers. We will estimate you providing drive and memory upgrade options. Most of the Macs are upgradable whereas some of them are not quite cost effective to upgrade. Any MacBook Pro Retina until 2015 are upgradable Macs. These Macs also accept NVMe SSDs. NVMe Drives on rus 3X faster than standard PCIe SSDs on a supported Mac. NVMe drives are also supported in Mac Pro 2008 to 2012 via PCIe lane and PCIe slot on Mac Pro 2013.

How much will it cost to upgrade SSD/NVMe on a Mac computer

Product Drive
11-inch/13-inch MacBook Air – 1TB $629
13-inch/15-inch MacBook Pro (Non-Retina) – 1TB $459
17-inch MacBook Pro (Vintage) – 1TB $459
Mac Pro – 2TB $779
13-inch/15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display – 1TB $679
iMac (21.5/27-inch 2009 – 2017) – 2TB $829

You can call us for a price list of Memory upgrade or larger or smaller drive upgrade.

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Considering macOS upgrade and do not know for certain if it’s worth upgrading

We are here to help whenever you need us. Do not simply jump into upgrading macOS. There are consequences. You Mac is running smoothly and third party applications are the main concern, you may learn more from the third party vendor prior to jumping into an upgrade. Compatibility check and then reliability or consistency issues are some areas you would like to be aware of first.

Give us a call or simply email us to setup an appointment for comprehensive insights.

Nonetheless, should you consider yourself as DIY daredevil, visit the macOS Mojave page on the App Store. Click the download button and follow the onscreen instructions to begin your upgrade. If you don’t have broadband (high speed internet) access, you can upgrade your Mac at any Apple Store nearby or visit us for an on-demand upgrade service (fee applies).

Learn more about how to upgrade to macOS Mojave on your own »