When you buy a new computer, there’s not much you can do to it. Once you’re used to your new iMac, thinking about upgrading it seems silly.
But if there’s one thing you can do to upgrade your computer, it’s getting an SSD. And if you have a mid-2011 or newer iMac, you can now get a 4 TB SSD.
We recently upgraded my 2013 27-inch iMac with the OWC Aura Pro X2 SSD. The performance boost is noticeable. My Mac feels snappier than ever before.
If you’re thinking about upgrading your iMac with an SSD, I recommend going with at least 1 TB of storage. And if you have the budget for it, go for the 4 TB option. You won’t be disappointed.
- What are the benefits of upgrading my iMac’s storage to 4TB?
The benefits of upgrading your iMac’s storage to 4TB include having more space for large files, such as video and photos, as well as improved performance.
- How do I know if my iMac is compatible with a 4TB upgrade?
Your iMac must be a late 2012 model or newer in order to be compatible with a 4TB upgrade.