Many MacBook models have user-upgradable hard disks, but this depends on the specific model and year. In general, MacBook models released before 2012 have user-upgradable hard disks, while models released after 2012 have solid-state drives (SSDs) that are more difficult to upgrade.
Here are some MacBook models that have user-upgradable hard disks:
It’s important to note that even if a MacBook model has a user-upgradable hard disk, the process of upgrading the hard disk may require some technical knowledge and experience. If you’re not comfortable with this, it’s recommended that you take your MacBook to Esmond Service Centre for assistance.
Most MacBook models released after 2012 have SSDs that are not user-upgradable because they are soldered onto the logic board. Here’s a list of MacBook models with non-upgradable SSDs:
It’s worth noting that you can customise the capacity of your preferred SSD when purchasing on Apple Store Online.