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No in theNo! The 2012 MacBook Pro Retina you‘‘Retina’’ cannot upgrade the ramRAM to 16gb, you actually cant upgrade the ram at all. However in other MacBook Pro's many people have doubled the claimed maximum amount. Simply because apple says 8gb is the maximum amount doesnt make it true, I have 16gb's in my (Mid 2012 13" MacBook Pro) and apple says the maximum ram is 8gb so take what they say with a grain of salt.16 GB after purchase,
No in theNo! The 2012 MacBook Pro Retina you‘‘Retina’’ cannot upgrade the ramRAM to 16gb, you actually cant upgrade the ram at all. However in other MacBook Pro's many people have doubled the claimed maximum amount. Simply because apple says 8gb is the maximum amount doesnt make it true, I have 16gb's in my (Mid 2012 13" MacBook Pro) and apple says the maximum ram is 8gb so take what they say with a grain of salt.16 GB after purchase,
 
ps.TheYou actually can’t upgrade the RAM at all. However in older unibody MacBook Pro's many people have doubled the claimed maximum amount. Simply because Apple says 8 GB is the maximum amount doesn’t make it true, I have 16 GB in my (Mid 2012 13" MacBook Pro) and Apple says the maximum RAM is 8 GB so take what they say with a grain of salt.

The
Life expectance of the retinaRetina models are 2 years, Apple is selling out what used to be a company that was dedicated to the users is now only worried about profit and made many if not all of the past models upgradeable parts now non upgradeable in the newer models. (i.e MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Air's) They

They
have now started glueing the Retina models battery to the case with an abundant amount of glue and they are non replaceable with a life expectancy of 10K charges. Well1K charge cycles.

Well,
you ask what does that mean? inIt means the average persons MacBook Pro Retina will only last 2 years (and degrade by $4 every time you plug it in) Apple

Apple
needs to go back to how they were when the became who they once were.
ps.TheYou actually can’t upgrade the RAM at all. However in older unibody MacBook Pro's many people have doubled the claimed maximum amount. Simply because Apple says 8 GB is the maximum amount doesn’t make it true, I have 16 GB in my (Mid 2012 13" MacBook Pro) and Apple says the maximum RAM is 8 GB so take what they say with a grain of salt.

The
Life expectance of the retinaRetina models are 2 years, Apple is selling out what used to be a company that was dedicated to the users is now only worried about profit and made many if not all of the past models upgradeable parts now non upgradeable in the newer models. (i.e MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Air's) They

They
have now started glueing the Retina models battery to the case with an abundant amount of glue and they are non replaceable with a life expectancy of 10K charges. Well1K charge cycles.

Well,
you ask what does that mean? inIt means the average persons MacBook Pro Retina will only last 2 years (and degrade by $4 every time you plug it in) Apple

Apple
needs to go back to how they were when the became who they once were.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Sean ,

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No in the 2012 MacBook Pro Retina you cannot upgrade the ram to 16gb, you actually cant upgrade the ram at all. However in other MacBook Pro's many people have doubled the claimed maximum amount. Simply because apple says 8gb is the maximum amount doesnt make it true, I have 16gb's in my (Mid 2012 13" MacBook Pro) and apple says the maximum ram is 8gb so take what they say with a grain of salt.

ps.The Life expectance of the retina models are 2 years, Apple is selling out what used to be a company that was dedicated to the users is now only worried about profit and made many if not all of the past models upgradeable parts now  non upgradeable in the newer models. (i.e MacBook Pro Retinas and MacBook Air's) They have now started glueing the Retina models battery to the case with an abundant amount of glue and they are non replaceable with a life expectancy of 10K charges. Well you ask what does that mean? in means the average persons MacBook Pro Retina will only last 2 years (and degrade by $4 every time you plug it in) Apple needs to go back to how they were when the became who they once were.

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