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Can I use a MacBook Pro ssd drive inside a MacBook Air?

I have a dead Macbook Pro Retina 15" late 2013.

Do you think, I can upgrade the SSD of a 13" MacBook Air late 2010?

The port seems identical and the SSD of the MacBook Pro seems a bit smaller.

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Sorry you can't use your 15" MacBook Pro's SSD in the older 13" MacBook Air. They are based on very different interface standards, besides being different sizes.

You could get a case to house your MacBook Pro's SSD so you can gain access to the files on it or use it as extra storage (backup) using this product: OWC - OWC Envoy Pro Portable USB 3.0 Enclosure for Apple Flash SSDs (June 2013-Current Mac Models)

In addition you can also upgrade your MacBook Air's SSD as well using this product: OWC - MacBook Air 11" & 13" 2010 — 2011

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