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Want to replace int ssd. What connector is this?

So I have a late 2010 MacBook Air. The ssd inside is toast. Burnt toast. Unusable. I’m looking to replace it but first I need to know what type of connector it has.

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What type of connector is this one? It’s not an M2 or a SATA…. It looks like it might be an apple proprietary one. Can anyone shed some light on the situation and maybe offer up a replacement SSD? I know OWC sells a kit but I want to know what my other options are aside from that one.

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strahsj that is indeed a proprietary connector.

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Not to many options like this

there are a whole bunch of adapters like this but anytime you use an adapter it’s a bit of a hit and miss situation when it comes to compatibility.

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OWC Aura Pro SSD for MacBook Air 11" and 13" (Late 2010-Mid 2011)

$89.99

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