What was the last Mac Laptop that you could install you own drive in.?


nurgle

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Hi,

just wondering if any body knows What was the last model Mac Laptop that you could install you own drive in.?

before they went to SSD's. ets.

have an aging iBook with a 2Tb drive in it.. looking to possible replace it for my lectures.

regards, Sandy
 
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Cory Cooper

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Hello.

Technically, you can install your own drive in any MacBook/MacBook Pro model that has a standard HDD. You can also replace the flash storage in a lot of models, although some have proprietary connectors and only accept Apple OEM flash modules. The old white/black MacBook line were the easiest and officially user-serviceable.

Can you clarify what the exact model you have is, as the iBook hasn't been made since 2006, and I am not sure you currently have a 2 TB drive. You can get the actual model by clicking  > About This Mac in the menu bar. Then click the Storage tab and you will get the size/type of your current drive.

You could always add an external USB drive to store your presentations on, and might be an easier and cheaper alternative to replacing your internal drive.

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