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The March 2015 update of Apple's 13" MacBook Pro Retina Display, model A1502, features fifth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and introduces the Force Touch trackpad.

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Upgrading SSD of MacBook Pro Early 2015 13"

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Hope you all are staying safe and fine.

I have a MacBook Pro Early 2015 13.3" (i5, 2.7GHZ Processor) with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB Flash Storage.

Though I have cleaned up my Mac and installed Catalina, I still feel my device is slow in booting and slow in Read/Write and other performances.

Since we know that the RAM cannot be upgraded and have to manage with 8 GB, will there be any difference in performance when I upgrade the SSD to 1 TB (Possibly planning to install Crucial or WD).

Your suggestions will be of great help guys.

Thanks

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If your SSD is very full it will slow down your mac. If you put a 1tb in you could partition off a small part for extended memory.

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my SSD is 256 GB and it is not full.

188 GB Free of 256.

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@Avinash™ Kumar - Then you likely have a M.2 SSD fitted with an adapter which is not able to work very well. This is a common issue on using these adapters/SSD combo's.

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