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128GB SSD Solid State Drive (SSD) 656-0021B for MacBook Pro 13″ a1502 2015

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Technical Specification


  • Drive Capacity: 128 GB SSUBX Flash SSD
  • Interface: PCI-Express 3.0 x4
  • Read/write transfer rates: 1300-1600MB/s
  • MPN : 656-0021B
  • Guarantee : 90 Days (03 Months)
  • Product Status : Brand New & Original (QC)

MRP:৳ 15,000.00

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DESCRIPTION 

Brand: Apple Storage Capacity: 128GB
MPN: 656-0021B Model: MacBook air or MacBook Pro 2015 only

Drive Capacity: 128 GB SSUBX Flash SSD
Interface: PCI-Express 3.0 x4
Read/write transfer rates: 1300-1600MB/s

SSD 128 GB Macbook Air A1465, A1466 Macbook Pro Retina A1398, A1502

Solid State Drive of 128 Gb for:

Macbook Air 11 inch A1465 and 13 inch A1466 from mid 2013 – early 2015

Macbook Pro Retina 13 inch A1502 and 15 inch A1398

Model 655-1837C

Product Info: Capacity 128 Gb

Inch: 13 “, 15”, 11 “

Compatible Model: Macbook Air 13 “A1466, Macbook Pro Retina 13” A1502, Macbook Air 11 “A1465, Macbook Pro Retina 15” A1398

Original-compatible: Original

First generation: 2013 (Mid), 2014 (Early), 2015 (Early), 2013 (Late), 2014 (Mid), 2015 (Mid), 2012

Parts catalog: SSD

COMPATIBILITY

Mac Mini Unibody A1347

Macmini7,1 Late 2014: MGEM2LL/A (1.4 GHz Core i5)

Macmini7,1 Late 2014: MGEN2LL/A (2.6 GHz Core i5)

Macmini7,1 Late 2014: MGEQ2LL/A (2.8 GHz Core i5)

Macmini7,1 Late 2014: MGEQ2LL/A (3.0 GHz Core i7)

MacBook Air 11″ A1465

MacBookAir6,1 Mid 2013: MD711LL/A (1.3 GHz Core i5)

MacBookAir6,1 Mid 2013: MD712LL/A (1.3 GHz Core i5)

MacBookAir6,1 Mid 2013: MD712LL/A (1.7 GHz Core i7

MacBookAir6,1 Early 2014: MD711LL/B (1.4 GHz Core i5)

MacBookAir6,1 Early 2014: MD712LL/B (1.4 GHz Core i5)

MacBookAir6,1 Early 2014: MD712LL/B (1.7 GHz Core i7)

MacBook Air 13″ A1466

MacBookAir6,2 Mid 2013: MD760LL/A (1.3 GHz Core i5

MacBookAir6,2 Mid 2013: MD761LL/A (1.3 GHz Core i5

MacBookAir6,2 Mid 2013: MD761LL/A (1.7 GHz Core i7

MacBookAir6,2 Early 2014: MD760LL/B (1.4 GHz Core i5

MacBookAir6,2 Early 2014: MD761LL/B (1.4 GHz Core i5)

MacBookAir6,2 Early 2014: MD761LL/B (1.7 GHz Core i7)

MacBook Pro 13″ Retina A1502

MacBookPro11,1 Late 2013: ME864LL/A (2.4 Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Late 2013: ME866LL/A (2.6 Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Late 2013: ME866LL/A (2.8 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX72LL/A (2.6 GHz Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX82LL/A (2.6 GHz Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX92LL/A (2.8 GHz Core i5)

MacBookPro11,1 Mid 2014: MGX92LL/A (3.0 GHz Core i7)

MacBook Pro 15″ Retina A1398

MacBookPro11,2 Late 2013 (IG): ME293LL/A (2.0 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Late 2013 (IG): ME293LL/A (2.3 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Late 2013 (IG): ME293LL/A (2.6 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Mid 2014 (IG): MGXA2LL/A (2.5 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Mid 2014 (IG): MGXA2LL/A (2.2 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,2 Mid 2014 (IG): MGXA2LL/A (2.8 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Late 2013 (DG): ME294LL/A (2.3 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Late 2013 (DG): ME294LL/A (2.6 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Mid 2014 (DG): MGXC2LL/A (2.5 Core i7)

MacBookPro11,3 Mid 2014 (DG): MGXC2LL/A (2.8 Core i7)

User Guide

Step 1: Lower Case

  • Remove the following P5 pentalobe screws securing the lower case to the MacBook Pro:
    • Eight 3.0 mm
    • Two 2.3 mm

Step 2:

  • Lifting from the edge nearest the clutch cover, lift the lower case off the MacBook Pro.
  • Set the lower case aside.

 

Step 3: Battery Connector

  • Peel back the warning label covering the battery connector.

Step 4:

  • Using the flat end of a spudger, gently pry the battery connector straight up out of its socket on the logic board.
  • Bend the battery cables back and out of the way, ensuring that the battery connector doesn’t accidentally make contact with the logic board.

 

Step 5: SSD

  • Remove the single 3.1 mm T5 Torx screw securing the SSD to the logic board.

 

Step 6

  • Slightly lift the leftmost side of the SSD and firmly slide it straight away out of its socket on