The larger of Apple's MacBook Air laptops featuring dual microphones and 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Is a bigger SSD possible in 2013 MacBook Air?

Do you have a MacBook Air 13" 512 GB or bigger SSD Drive?

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From EveryMac - Apple does not intend for one to upgrade the storage after purchase, but it is quite possible. As first reported by AnandTech, this model uses a PCIe-based SSD rather than a SATA-connected one. Specifically, it uses a custom Apple design with a "PCIe 2.0 x2 interface, capable of a theoretical maximum of 1 GB/s in each direction."


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At this time some units have been shown at the trade shows. But not quite available to buy. I would monitor OWC as they seem to be the closest in getting parts out.

Here's a writeup on what OWC is showing off: OWC to Bring Aftermarket SF3700 PCIe SSD Upgrades to 2013 Macs.

Here's another write-up that goes in to the technology differences between the '12 & '13 models: Hard Lesson Learned With Late-2013 Apple Products Containing Lesser Performing 128GB SSDs

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