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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.
 
=== Update (07/01/2019) ===
Additional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
 
1) Transcend (a Mac manufacturer/retailer for many decades) now features a lineup of SSDs with Apple's connector. These are available in x2 and x4 PCI-e variants, in variants for pre-PCI-e 2010-early 2013 MB Airs and MB Pro-Retinas, with and without external enclosures.
 
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2m.2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2m.2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.
 
There are a couple of caveats for these adapters. Simtech lists a limited range of m2m.2 SSDs as compatible; others are listed as **not**'''not''' compatible. Most SSDs aren't listed at all, so you take your chances. Simtech (and some other retailers) list these adapters/SSDs as being resistant to deep sleep; you have to restart the computer after sleep kicks in.
There are a couple of caveats for these adapters. Simtech lists a limited range of m2m.2 SSDs as compatible; others are listed as **not**'''not''' compatible. Most SSDs aren't listed at all, so you take your chances. Simtech (and some other retailers) list these adapters/SSDs as being resistant to deep sleep; you have to restart the computer after sleep kicks in.
 
That said, I moved my earlier 2012 MacBook Air to a SATA adapter with a B+M-key m2m.2 SSD from Micron, and the assembly has worked fine. I've had no sleep issues at all in six months. I have a driveless 2014 MBA that's currently dead; in the even I can get it to power up, I think I'll try an adapter plus a standard m2m.2 PCI-e, just to see what happens.
That said, I moved my earlier 2012 MacBook Air to a SATA adapter with a B+M-key m2m.2 SSD from Micron, and the assembly has worked fine. I've had no sleep issues at all in six months. I have a driveless 2014 MBA that's currently dead; in the even I can get it to power up, I think I'll try an adapter plus a standard m2m.2 PCI-e, just to see what happens.

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编辑: adlerpe ,

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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.
 
=== Update (02/07/201707/01/2019) ===
=== Update (02/07/201707/01/2019) ===
Additional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
 
1) Transcend (a Mac manufacturer/retailer for many decades) now features a lineup of SSDs with Apple's connector. These are available in x2 and x4 PCI-e variants, in variants for pre-PCI-e 2010-early 2013 MB Airs and MB Pro-Retinas, with and without external enclosures.
 
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.
 
There are a couple of caveats for these adapters. Simtech lists a limited range of m2 SSDs as compatible; others are listed as **not** compatible. Most SSDs aren't listed at all, so you take your chances. Simtech (and some other retailers) list these adapters/SSDs as being resistant to deep sleep; you have to restart the computer after sleep kicks in.
 
That said, I moved my earlier 2012 MacBook Air to a SATA adapter with a B+M-key m2 SSD from Micron, and the assembly has worked fine. I've had no sleep issues at all in six months. I have a driveless 2014 MBA that's currently dead; in the even I can get it to power up, I think I'll try an adapter plus a standard m2 PCI-e, just to see what happens.

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编辑: Dan ,

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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.
 
Update=== Update (02/07/2017)
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Update=== Update (02/07/2017)
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Additional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
 
1) Transcend (a Mac manufacturer/retailer for many decades) now features a lineup of SSDs with Apple's connector. These are available in x2 and x4 PCI-e variants, in variants for pre-PCI-e 2010-early 2013 MB Airs and MB Pro-Retinas, with and without external enclosures.
 
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.
 
There are a couple of caveats for these adapters. Simtech lists a limited range of m2 SSDs as compatible; others are listed as **not** compatible. Most SSDs aren't listed at all, so you take your chances. Simtech (and some other retailers) list these adapters/SSDs as being resistant to deep sleep; you have to restart the computer after sleep kicks in.
 
That said, I moved my earlier 2012 MacBook Air to a SATA adapter with a B+M-key m2 SSD from Micron, and the assembly has worked fine. I've had no sleep issues at all in six months. I have a driveless 2014 MBA that's currently dead; in the even I can get it to power up, I think I'll try an adapter plus a standard m2 PCI-e, just to see what happens.

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编辑: Dan ,

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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.
 
Update (07/01/201902/07/2017)
Update (07/01/201902/07/2017)
 
July 2019 EDIT: AdditionalAdditional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
July 2019 EDIT: AdditionalAdditional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
 
1) Transcend (a Mac manufacturer/retailer for many decades) now features a lineup of SSDs with Apple's connector. These are available in x2 and x4 PCI-e variants, in variants for pre-PCI-e 2010-early 2013 MB Airs and MB Pro-Retinas, with and without external enclosures.
 
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.
 
=== Update (02/07/2017) ===
 
There are a couple of caveats for these adapters. Simtech lists a limited range of m2 SSDs as compatible; others are listed as **not** compatible. Most SSDs aren't listed at all, so you take your chances. Simtech (and some other retailers) list these adapters/SSDs as being resistant to deep sleep; you have to restart the computer after sleep kicks in.
 
That said, I moved my earlier 2012 MacBook Air to a SATA adapter with a B+M-key m2 SSD from Micron, and the assembly has worked fine. I've had no sleep issues at all in six months. I have a driveless 2014 MBA that's currently dead; in the even I can get it to power up, I think I'll try an adapter plus a standard m2 PCI-e, just to see what happens.

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编辑: adlerpe ,

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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.
 
Update (07/01/2019)
 
July 2019 EDIT: Additional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
 
1) Transcend (a Mac manufacturer/retailer for many decades) now features a lineup of SSDs with Apple's connector. These are available in x2 and x4 PCI-e variants, in variants for pre-PCI-e 2010-early 2013 MB Airs and MB Pro-Retinas, with and without external enclosures.
 
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.
 
=== Update (02/07/2017) ===
 
There are a couple of caveats for these adapters. Simtech lists a limited range of m2 SSDs as compatible; others are listed as **not** compatible. Most SSDs aren't listed at all, so you take your chances. Simtech (and some other retailers) list these adapters/SSDs as being resistant to deep sleep; you have to restart the computer after sleep kicks in.
 
That said, I moved my earlier 2012 MacBook Air to a SATA adapter with a B+M-key m2 SSD from Micron, and the assembly has worked fine. I've had no sleep issues at all in six months. I have a driveless 2014 MBA that's currently dead; in the even I can get it to power up, I think I'll try an adapter plus a standard m2 PCI-e, just to see what happens.

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编辑: Dan ,

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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.
 
Update (07/01/2019)
 
July 2019 EDIT: Additional options have appeared since my previous comment re OWC.
 
1) Transcend (a Mac manufacturer/retailer for many decades) now features a lineup of SSDs with Apple's connector. These are available in x2 and x4 PCI-e variants, in variants for pre-PCI-e 2010-early 2013 MB Airs and MB Pro-Retinas, with and without external enclosures.
 
2) A number of Chinese OEMs are retailing adapters for Apple's customized Late 2013+ connector, which allow the user to install common industry M-key m2 PCI-e SSDs. Simtech is the most widely advertised of these OEMs; they may be the primary manufacturer for the other retailers.

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原帖由: adlerpe ,

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As of 2.5 years later, the only aftermarket vendor who makes SSDs compatible with laptops from mid-2013 or later is still [https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/ssd/owc/macbook-pro-retina-display/2013-2014-2015|OtherWorld Computing/OWC]. Fortunately, OWC's cards can be swapped between MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Airs from this period.

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