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I believe this is still a great machine and well worth updating. Plus it is repairable and upgradeable, which the Retina machines are not. It would help us to know your exact machine because the 2010 13” went from a Core 2 Duo processor up to an i7.
 
You can go here to do that:
 
https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/index-macbookpro.html
 
I feel you would be better off going with a hi-bred drive (an SSHD) rather than an SSD. I’ll comment more on that once I know your specific machine.
 
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You may also want to consider changing out to the 2012 hard drive cable. You may have to modify the hard drive retaining bar that goes over the cable. On some I just use a pair of dikes to cut out the middle of the bar.
 
https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Pro-13-Inch-Unibody-Mid-2012-Hard-Drive-Cable/IF163-041-2

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I believe this is still a great machine and well worth updating. Plus it is repairable and upgradeable, which the Retina machines are not. It would help us to know your exact machine because the 2010 13” went from a Core 2 Duo processor up to an i7.
I believe this is still a great machine and well worth updating. Plus it is repairable and upgradeable, which the Retina machines are not. It would help us to know your exact machine because the 2010 13” went from a Core 2 Duo processor up to an i7.
 
You can go here to do that:
 
https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/index-macbookpro.html
 
I feel you would be better off going with a hi-bred drive (an SSHD) rather than an SSD. I’ll comment more on that once I know your specific machine.

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I believe this is still a great machine and well worth updating.  It would help us to know your exact machine because the 2010 13” went from a Core 2 Duo processor up to an i7.

You can go here to do that:

https://everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/index-macbookpro.html

I feel you would be better off going with a hi-bred drive (an SSHD) rather than an SSD.  I’ll comment more on that once I know your specific machine.

Status:

open