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Apple SSD AP1024

The Apple SSD AP1024 is a solid state drive that several Macbooks, including the MB Pro 15 2019, make use of. The 1 TB drive is non-removable since Apple solder the components to the mainboard when assembling their laptops.

The drive's performance is mid-range to high-end as of H2 2019 and H1 2020. However, both the benchmark figures and the real world experience might be hampered a little bit by the hardware encryption that the Apple T2 security chip is responsible for.

Apple is known to source their SSDs from several OEMs including Samsung, Toshiba/Kioxia, Sandisk. It might be impossible to figure out the exact spec of a drive used in a specific Macbook without disassembling it first or turning to certain applications such as HWINFO.

TypeSSD
SizePCIe x4
Capacity1024 GB
InterfaceOther
ControllerApple
Announced14.12.2017

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Notebook reviews with Apple SSD AP1024

Apple MacBook Pro 15 2018 (2.9 GHz, Vega 20): Intel Core i9-8950HK AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20, 15.6", 1.8 kg
  Review » Apple MacBook Pro 15 2018 (2.9 GHz i9, Vega 20) Laptop Review

Apple MacBook Pro 15 2019 i9 Vega 20: Intel Core i9-9980HK AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20, 15.4", 1.8 kg
  Review » Apple MacBook Pro 15 2019 in review: Still a very good multimedia laptop in 2020?

  External Review » Apple MacBook Pro 15 2019 i9 Vega 20

Apple MacBook Pro 15 2018 (2.9 GHz, Vega 20): Intel Core i9-8950HK AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20, 15.6", 1.8 kg
   » Apple MacBook Pro 15 – Core i9 slower than Core i7!

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Klaus Hinum (Update: 2020-03-21)