We have observed a slight increase in number of customers requiring Macbook Air Mid 2013 – Early 2015 SSD Flash Drive replacement due to SSD failure in their Macbook Air. The issue appears to affect a very small number of Macbook Air 13″ Mid 2013. The problem seemed to have occur after MacOS upgrades. After the failed upgrade, partitioning, formatting, disk first aid will not be possible. The disk can be mounted and detected, but data cannot be written on it.
The solution for such SSD failures would be to replace the drive. We have stock for Macbook Air Mid 2013 – Early 2015 SSD and Macbook Pro 13″ Late 2013 – Early 2015 Flash Drive replacements.
The drives are new original Apple PCIe SSDs with Samsung NAND. In previous generations, Samsung NAND performed better and appears to have better longevity than those manufactured with Sandisk NAND.
Installation takes around 15 mins.