Get More Life from Your ‘Obsolete’ 2010 15” or 17” MacBook Pro

macbook_pro_2012_2013In December, Apple announced that it had designated the Late 2009 iMac, Mid 2009 MacBook Air, Early 2009 Mac Pro as “vintage”, and the Early 2008 MacBook and MacBook Pro as “obsolete”.

But as the Rocket Yard pointed out back then, with the help of, you can make your older Mac anything but “vintage” or “obsolete”.

Apple has since added the Mid 2010 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro to its “obsolete” list, but as with the aforementioned 2008-09 Macs, can help you make your 2010 MacBook far from obsolete.

Here are some of the upgrades you can take advantage of to make your 2010 MacBook Pro run like new:

By upgrading your “vintage” or “obsolete” Mac, you’ll not only bring a new world of performance possibilities, you’ll also avoid unnecessarily creating electronic waste. You can even purchase Used Macs from and get a new-to-you Mac while saving money. Used Macs from are OWC Warranted and backed by OWC’s expert support team.

Want to know exactly which upgrades your Mac can take? Check out our convenient My Upgrades page to search by your Mac model and only see results that are compatible with your machine.

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