OWC 500GB Aura Pro 6G Solid-State Drive For MacBook Air (2010-2011) (OWCS3DAP116G500)
Once again, OWC provides Mac users with an upgrade path that delivers phenomenal performance, functionality, and reliability!
Like other OWC upgrades, we include a free 'how-to' video to make this an easy and money-saving DIY upgrade.
More Speed, More Capacity for MacBook Air
OWC Aura Pro SSDs provide a noticeable increase in performance over the factory SSDs for all MacBook Air models:
- Increase capacity up to 16x the 11-inch base models
- Increase capacity up to 8x the 13-inch base models
- MacBook Air (2011) - Get 6G speeds up to 530MB/s, 2.5x faster than factory original*
- MacBook Air (2010) - Get 3G speeds up to 275MB/s, 1.3x faster than factory original*
Better by Design
OWC redesigned its 3rd generation of OWC Aura Pro 6G SSDs with premium 3D NAND Flash and the latest controller technology to operate cooler and consume less power, resulting in improved battery life for your MacBook Air.
- Up to 2.5x faster than the factory SSD*
- Up to 530MB/s
- OWC Free Install Videos make it easy to upgrade!
- 5 Year OWC SSD Limited Warranty
What is in the box:
- OWC Aura Pro 6G SSD
13" 2011 MacBook Air SSD install
11" 2011 MacBook Air SSD install
13" 2010 MacBook Air SSD install
11" 2010 MacBook Air SSD install
Other DetailsMacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2011) (July 2011) Model ID: MacBookAir4,2 | 1.7GHz, 1.8GHz
MacBook Air (13-inch Late 2010) (October 2010) Model ID: MacBookAir3,2 | 1.86GHz, 2.13GHz
MacBook Air (11-inch Mid 2011) (July 2011) Model ID: MacBookAir4,1 | 1.6GHz, 1.8GHz
MacBook Air (11-inch Late 2010) (October 2010) Model ID: MacBookAir3,1 | 1.4GHz, 1.6GHz
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Really pleased with this. A friend gifted me an old Mac Book Air Late 2010 he was having problems with and so had replaced it. As it came to me it had a 60gig drive. Why Apple ever thought this would be a useable amount of storage is quite beyond me but this replacement was installed within a couple of minutes (provided you have the right screwdrivers of course) and I had booted to internet recovery, reinstalled the OS over the net and was up and running within an hour. I now have a fully useable and very well kept Mac Book Air that despite its age does everything I need and still runs the software I use.