Apple has finally launched the Mac Studio PC, and as usual, autopsy videos are being released. In the meantime, one of the famous YouTube channels has dissected Mac Studio, which shows the possibility of upgrading its SSD memory.
First of all, in this video, we can see how to open the body of Mac Studio. At first glance, the Mac Studio has no screws, but if you remove the plastic part at the bottom of the body, you will have four screws. Immediately after removing the bottom and viewing the components inside the body, the YouTube channel expert concluded that the SSD memory could be expanded. Like the Mac Pro, Mac Studio uses two dedicated SSD ports on the inside that are relatively accessible to the user. And if customers think they need more storage space in the future, they should buy a more memory-based model. But the phrase "not available to the user" raises the possibility of upgrading the SSD. Although Apple has not yet confirmed this, it should be noted that the company is also selling a special SSD upgrade kit for the Mac Pro.
In this video we can also see that the SSD module is removable and this Another indication of the possibility of upgrading the Mac Mac Studio's SSD memory. Of course, like other chips based on dedicated chips, there is no way to upgrade the RAM because it is integrated with the system. In any case, if SSD upgrades are really possible, Apple will no doubt provide more information on this in the coming weeks or months.
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