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Boy Nick you got good eyes! Did you figure out what HD just by the presentation and Apple web site info? Assuming that is correct:
 
Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA III (6GB/s) so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3SATA III. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.
Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA III (6GB/s) so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3SATA III. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.

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Boy Nick you got good eyes! Did you figure out what HD just by the presentation and Apple web site info? Assuming that is correct:
 
Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA III (6GB6GB/s) so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.
Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA III (6GB6GB/s) so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.

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Edit by: Dan ,

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Boy Nick you got good eyes! Did you figure out what HD just by the presentation and Apple web site info? Assuming that is correct:
 
Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA3SATA III (6GB) so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.
Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA3SATA III (6GB) so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.

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Original post by: Dan ,

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Boy Nick you got good eyes! Did you figure out what HD just by the presentation and Apple web site info? Assuming that is correct:

Looking at the Hitachi web site [http://www.hgst.com/all-travelstar|Hitachi TravelStar HD's] All of their current drives are SATA3 so it's likely the custom Apple HD Hitachi makes is a SATA3. Beyond that it's anyones guess until iFixIt does a tear down or someone does a guide for it.

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