Old Apple devices used to come with 2.5” Hard drives but now the time has changed. Apple MacBooks now come with Solid State Drives. SSDs are a great replacement for hard drives as its way faster than hard drives and delivers great performance.
Mac SSDs are more secure than HDD as it has no moving parts inside so even with a physical fall it will not damage while a hard drive will have head damage or motor jam because of a physical damage event. Mac SSDs stores data in NAND flash chips and accesses data through the chips delivering great transfer rate. Even with the great mechanism, there are still chances that your Apple SSD will fail to cause a major data loss event.
Data loss situations from a Solid State Drive
- NAND chip failure: in an event of power surge or short circuit NAND chips on the board may worn out or get damaged causing data loss.
- Firmware Damage: SSDs has its own firmware to manage the data transfer, sometimes the firmware can get corrupted and may cause the data loss.
- Physical damage: Shock damage or connector damage
- Human error: Accidentally deleted files and formatted partitions
- Software issues.
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