A1369 A1370 SSD Drive
64GB SSD Solid State for 11″ & 13″ MacBook Air Late 2010 Mid 2011 A1370 A1369
OEM 100% Original Apple Part. Tested. Fully Functional.
Tested Using The Latest Industry Standard Hardware Diagnostic Methods.
Professionally Removed From A Fully Functional, Nearly New Unit.
64GB SSD Solid State Drive (for A1369 A1370) x 1
You will receive one of the following brands depends on available stock:
Samsung, Toshiba And all are 100% compatible with each other.
MacBook Air 11” A1370
- Late 2010 MC505LL/A 1.4 GHz 2 Duo)
- Late 2010 MC506LL/A 1.4 GHz 2 Duo)
- Late 2010 MC506LL/A 1.6 GHz 2 Duo)
- Mid 2011 MC968LL/A 1.6 GHz i5)
- Mid 2011 MC969LL/A 1.6 GHz i5)
- Mid 2011 MC969LL/A 1.8 GHz i7)
MacBook Air 13” A1369
- Late 2010 MC503LL/A 1.86 2 Duo)
- Late 2010 MC504LL/A 1.86 2 Duo)
- Late 2010 MC905LL/A 2.13 2 Duo)
- Mid 2011 MC965LL/A 1.7 i5)
- Mid 2011 MC966LL/A 1.7 i5)
- Mid 2011 MD226LL/A 1.8 i7)
Required Tools For Apple 11″/13″ MacBook Air, A1369/A1370 Family Repairs:
Note: Before you begin, make sure to drain you laptop battery completely by keeping it on till it dies. Then, unplug your power adapter, and disconnect the battery before performing any repair and always wear safety glasses & anti-static nitrile gloves.
- Pentalobe screwdriver (P5): The bottom case uses a proprietary type of screw called a Pentalobe screw. This type of speciality screwdriver is required in removing the bottom case and begin the repair.
- Torx screwdriver (T4, T5): Speciality Torx bits are needed to remove the screws that hold the MacBook components such as the I/O Board, MagSafe, Audio Board, fans, trackpad, Battery and more.
- Torx screwdriver (T8): A T8 Torx screwdriver is also needed to remove the screws that hold the LCD Hinges in place, this is needed to remove and replace the LCD assembly on the MacBook Air.
- Spudger: A spudger is a tool that helps you pry apart parts of the MacBook Air without damaging them, you’ll need a spudger to disconnect the various cables and connectors inside the MacBook Air.
- Tweezers: Some of the connectors inside the MacBook Air are very small, you’ll need a pair of tweezers to disconnect and reconnect them.
Note: Disassembling a MacBook Air can be challenging, it’s important to be very careful to avoid damaging the delicate components inside. If you’re not comfortable performing this type of repair, it’s best to take your MacBook Air to a professional.
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