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Apple's 2016 revision to their laptop lineup targeted at professional users. Features a 15-inch, 2880-by-1800 Retina display, quad-core Intel Core i7, 256 GB / 512 GB /1 TB / 2TB storage options, 16 GB RAM, and a keyboard equipped with a Touch Bar. Released November 2016. Features Model A1707.

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Is the ssd upgradeable on MacBook Pro 15" with Touch Bar

I purchased a 256 GB model, and wish to upgrade SSD.

Is that possible?

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No it is not. The SSD is soldered to the motherboard.

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No, the SSD is NOT soldered to the motherboard.

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Alex, the SSD on the MacBook Pro with touch bar is soldered. You can't replace it.

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But, could someone un-solder it and replace it that way? Are the parts out there? Just curious...

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The SSD is soldered to the motherboard. You will have to return it and get the one you wish or do some very risky de-soldering which has a 1% success rate.

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IMHO it is not soldered. I saw some openbox videos on 13' model. Are you sure?

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Yes! The Touch Bar version systems both have soldered RAM & SSD. Only the new function key model has a removable SSD and its a different interface than what Apple had been using.

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Gotta return it!!

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Get buyers remorse. Take it back and get the model you need or you may be stuck with it for a couple of years until OWC comes up with a replacement. See their blog here:

http://blog.macsales.com/38440-ssd-in-la...

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@mayer - Sorry the new touch version MacBooks Pro's don't have a removable SSD! Here's the poop: 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Touch Bar Has Non-Removable SSD The 13" is no different.

The new function key version 15" MacBook Pro Does have a replaceable SSD! But, its still a different interface than the older SSD's Apple has been using. Which is what your link is about.

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