Linked – There’s no way to recover data from the new MacBook Pros if something breaks

“Of course, this entire problem stems from Apple’s original decision to use solid-state storage soldered directly onto the logic board, rather than the removable modules that were found in MacBook Pros for a decade. Complaining about Apple’s decision to move away from user-replaceable parts is, of course, not a new thing, but this is a perfectly good example of a particular negative side-effect that could be avoided by sticking with a more universal design.”




Seriously, between this, hard drive encryption, and just plain old SSD failure, you need to have your data backed up on another device. Counting on being able to recover it if your machine breaks down is a fool’s game.


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