What Upgrade Options are Available on the 2016 Apple MacBook?
In April 2016, Apple released the second iteration of the ultra light 12" Apple MacBook that was first released in 2015. If you've been reading many of the reviews out there for this ultra portable laptop, you've probably noticed many complaints about the MacBook coming up short in the power department.
While you can order the MacBook direct from Apple with a 1.2GHz Dual Core M3 Intel Processor (requires a pricey upgrade to the 512GB Flash drive too!), select resellers like PortableOne.com can order you the same MacBook with a bump to the 1.3GHz Dual Core M7 processor - 100% factory built by Apple.
Additionally, you can order the 1.3GHz M7 processor on the MacBook with the 256GB Flash drive from PortableOne.com saving you $300.00 retail from not having to upgrade the storage too.
Lastly, and even better, Portable One is stocking several upgraded CTO models with the 1.3GHz M7 for quick shipping coast to coast.
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The MacBook features a standard 8GB of 1866MHz LPDDR3 on board RAM meaning it is not upgradable.
There are two storage options of 256GB and 512GB PCI-e Flash.