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As the trend goes with Apple products, all “smart” parts are serial-paired and possibly encrypted. Swapping original parts may not work, not to mention trying to replace it with aftermarket parts.
-Upgrading storage on iPhones are possible, but involves high-skill soldering and pre-programming. Could be the same story for T2/M1 Macs, but I usually don’t have high hopes for this.
+Upgrading storage on iPhones are possible, but involves high-skill soldering and pre-programming. Could be the same story for M1 Macs, but I usually don’t have high hopes for this.

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Original post by: Tom Chai ,

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As the trend goes with Apple products, all “smart” parts are serial-paired and possibly encrypted. Swapping original parts may not work, not to mention trying to replace it with aftermarket parts.

Upgrading storage on iPhones are possible, but involves high-skill soldering and pre-programming. Could be the same story for T2/M1 Macs, but I usually don’t have high hopes for this.

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