(Per Max’s NOV 2019 updated comment regarding not having to split the drives before replacing the HDD — posted in Answers so my post was more visible): ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— So for a late 2014 27" iMac with a 1 TB HDD and 128 GB blade (currently running Mojave), I DO NOT NEED TO SPLIT the fusion drive before I replace the HDD with an SSD? I am planning on formatting the new 2 TB SSD in AFPS format before I install it... and was hoping to fuse the drives because my blade is not large enough as the boot drive (with all the apps I currently have installed — currently as a fusion drive, I only have a few hundred MB of space left on my blade). I read on the comments section for the 2014 replacement kit (on ifixit) that someone successfully fused their SATA SSD with a blade (with both SSDs formatted APFS). I was hoping to fuse the SSDs after replacement to make sure I have sufficient space for all my apps — it's not in the budget to buy a new larger blade, besides the fact...
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