The Feather M13 Turbo Solid State Drive (SSD) is designed for MacBook Air and Pro mid-2013 and beyond.
Feather M13 SSD swiftly outpaces Apple drives and blows the competition away, reaching speeds up to 100% faster than Apple OEM.
Feather M13 SSD utilizes the latest in NVMe technology, while still remaining one of the most affordable storage solutions on the market.
Feather M13 was designed to be installed exactly like an Apple SSD. Simply open up your MacBook, plugin, and play. Of course, if you've got questions, we have full-time support staff standing by.
All Fledging drives are assembled in the United States and are backed by a 5-year warranty.*
The host computer itself must be upgraded to Mac OS 10.13 (High Sierra or newer) before this SSD drive is installed. This operating system contains an EFI firmware update which adds host support for these drives.
Boot Camp Compatibility.
Please note that the Feather M13 SSD is not compatible with Boot Camp when installed in any of the following Mac hosts: MacBookPro11,1 / MacBookAir6,1 / MacBookAir6,2 / iMac15,1 (Late 2014) / iMac18,2 / iMac18,3 / iMac19,1 / iMac19,2.
|Performance (4KB QD32)|
|Sequential Read up to (MB/s)||1700||3100||3100||3100||2900|
|Sequential Write up to (MB/s)||500||1100||2100||2700||2600|
|Random Read up to (IOPS)||37||46||44||44||34|
|Random Write up to (IOPS)||13||13||13||13||13|
|Avg. Active Power||4.2W||4.2W||4.6W||4.8W||5.8W|
|MTTF||1.75M hours||2M hours||2M hours||1.5M hours|
|Operating Temperatures||0°C to 70°C||0°C to 70°C||0°C to 70°C||0°C to 70°C||0°C to 70°C|
|Non-operating Temperatures||-55°C to 95°C||-55°C to 95°C||-55°C to 85°C||-40°C to 85°C||-55°C to 85°C|
Performance for all models is capped at 1500MB/s Read and 1500MB/s Write
except for MacBook Pro 2015 15" and 13" which operate up to 2800MB/s Read and 1600MB/s Write
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|MacBookAir6,1 - A1465 - EMC 2631||MacBookAir7,2 - A1466 - EMC 2925|
|MacBookAir6,2 - A1466 - EMC 2632||MacBookAir7,2 - A1466 - EMC 3178|
|MacBookAir7,1 - A1465 - EMC 2924|
|MacBookPro11,1 - A1502 - EMC 2678||MacBookPro11,3 - A1398 - EMC 2881|
|MacBookPro11,1 - A1502 - EMC 2875||MacBookPro11,4 - A1398 - EMC 2909|
|MacBookPro11,2 - A1398 - EMC 2876||MacBookPro11,5 - A1398 - EMC 2910|
|MacBookPro11,2 - A1398 - EMC 2674||MacBookPro12,1 - A1502 - EMC 2835|
|MacBookPro11,3 - A1398 - EMC 2745|
|iMac14,1 - A1418 - EMC 2638||iMac18,1 - A1418 - EMC 3068|
|iMac14,2 - A1419 - EMC 2639||iMac18,2 - A1418 - EMC 3069|
|iMac14,3 - A1418 - EMC 2742||iMac18,3 - A1419 - EMC 3070|
|iMac14,4 - A1418 - EMC 2805||iMac19,1 - A2116 - EMC 3194|
|iMac15,1 - A1419 - EMC 2806||iMac19,2 - A2116 - EMC 3195|
|iMac16,2 - A1418 - EMC 2889|
|*An iMac SSD upgrade is not for the faint hearted as it means dismantling the whole machine. If you are not a professional, please ask your local repair shop to do this for you.|
|MacMini7,1 - A1347 - EMC 2840|
|MacPro6,1 - A1481 - EMC 2630|
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My mid 2014 MacBook Pro has a new lease of life since upgrading the SSD which was incredibly easy as shown in the video on the same website. In fact I noticed that my battery packs were bulging ominously and also due an upgrade so I changed that as well! Slightly more tricksy and requiring judicious application of acetone to unstick old battery pack but, again, not hugely difficult given the very clear instructions available online. I now have BIg Sur happily installed (although that was not the main reason I needed more storage - that was the 'Other' files as Apple describes them. Still can't get over Big Sur upgrade requiring 60GB - albeit temporarily - in order to install.
Excellent drive much faster than original. Easy set up - comes pre installed with OSX so just boot and upgrade and restore from recovery mode.