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Yes you can upgrade your current SSD to a larger unit. Here's the part you'll need to get:
 
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2013-2014-2015|OWC - Aura Pro X/Xb SSD]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive_pciehttps://us.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive_pcie|Transcend - JetDrive]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive_pciehttps://us.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive_pcie|Transcend - JetDrive]
 
FYI: the newer 2017 model is only a CPU swap out to a slightly faster chip. Its the exact same system otherwise.

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Edit by: Dan ,

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Yes you can upgrade your current SSD to a larger unit. Here's the part you'll need to get:
 
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2013-2014-2015|OWC - Aura Pro X/Xb SSDSSD]
* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2013-2014-2015|OWC - Aura Pro X/Xb SSDSSD]
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive_pcie]
 
FYI: the newer 2017 model is only a CPU swap out to a slightly faster chip. Its the exact same system otherwise.

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open

Original post by: Dan ,

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Yes you can upgrade your current SSD to a larger unit. Here's the part you'll need to get:

* [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-air/2013-2014-2015|OWC - Aura Pro X/Xb SSD
* [https://us.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive_pcie]

FYI: the newer 2017 model is only a CPU swap out to a slightly faster chip. Its the exact same system otherwise.

Status:

open