Mac Studio’s SSD storage is not soldered in place and can be upgraded, a . According to tear down YouTube channel by Max Tech.

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In Detailed Teardown Video The new Mac Studio’s Max Tech revealed that the Mac Studio’s SSD storage is located in two slots, and is relatively easy to remove or replace because it’s not soldered down. Individual SSDs can be swapped between the two slots and appear to be modular.

On its website, Apple claims that the Mac Studio’s SSD storage is “not user accessible” and encourages users to configure the device with sufficient storage at the point of purchase. This is because the internals of Mac Studio are difficult to access from outside. The rubber ring at the base of the machine has to be removed to reveal the four screws that provide a way to open the device, but once inside, it’s easy enough to access and remove the SSD storage.

Max Tech suggested that Apple might offer an SSD storage upgrade at a later date, just as it offered a kit to upgrade the Mac Pro’s storage in mid-2020, but with easy access only to repairs. To enable repair technicians to remove and replace SSDs more easily.

Apple’s other custom silicon-based Macs, such as the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini, have SSD storage soldered in place and cannot be easily upgraded, but some skilled technicians have attempted to do so. .

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