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Well I have good news and bad news here:
 
* First the good news - Apple's M.2custom SSD blade drive is a replaceable unit so its possible to swap-out.
* First the good news - Apple's M.2custom SSD blade drive is a replaceable unit so its possible to swap-out.
* The bad news here is its too soon to say when 3rd party replacements will hit the market as this system is just too new.
* The other bit of bad news is largest SSD so far available is still very expensive and only 920GB in size. I would recommend you follow this site: [http://www.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive/|Transcend] they appear to be aggressive on offering options for Air & Retina systems.
 
I end with a bit of good news here: [http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/03/intel-and-microns-3d-nand-promises-ssds-greater-than-10tb/|Intel and Micron’s 3D NAND promises SSDs “greater than 10TB”] so in a few years we should start seeing lower cost SSD blades and larger ones as well.
 
=== Update (03/12/2016) ===
 
Good News! OWC has just released their SSD's for the Retina systems!
 
Here's the details: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2015|MacBook Pro with Retina 13" & 15" Late 2013 - Current]

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Editado por: Dan ,

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Well I have good news and bad news here:
 
* First the good news - Apple's M.2 SSD blade drive is a replaceable unit so its possible to swap-out.
* The bad news here is its too soon to say when 3rd party replacements will hit the market as this system is just too new.
* The other bit of bad news is largest SSD so far available is still very expensive and only 920GB in size. I would recommend you follow this site: [http://www.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive/|Transcend] they appear to be aggressive on offering options for Air & Retina systems.
 
I end with a bit of good news here: [http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/03/intel-and-microns-3d-nand-promises-ssds-greater-than-10tb/|Intel and Micron’s 3D NAND promises SSDs “greater than 10TB”] so in a few years we should start seeing lower cost SSD blades and larger ones as well.
 
=== Update (03/12/2016) ===
 
Good News! OWC has just released their SSD's for the Retina systems!
 
Here's the details: [http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2015|MacBook Pro with Retina 13" & 15" Late 2013 - Current]

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Postagem original de: Dan ,

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Well I have good news and bad news here:

* First the good news - Apple's M.2 SSD blade drive is a replaceable unit so its possible to swap-out.
* The bad news here is its too soon to say when 3rd party replacements will hit the market as this system is just too new.
* The other bit of bad news is largest SSD so far available is still very expensive and only 920GB in size. I would recommend you follow this site: [http://www.transcend-info.com/apple/jetdrive/|Transcend] they appear to be aggressive on offering options for Air & Retina systems.

I end with a bit of good news here: [http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/03/intel-and-microns-3d-nand-promises-ssds-greater-than-10tb/|Intel and Micron’s 3D NAND promises SSDs “greater than 10TB”] so in a few years we should start seeing lower cost SSD blades and larger ones as well.

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