Can I upgrade my 2009 MacBook Pro to 16gb RAM?
The Mid 2009 MacBook Pro supports 8 GB of memory, but not 16 GB of memory. That’s a restriction of the logic board. The Mid 2009 MacBook Pro supports 8 GB of memory, but not 16 GB of memory.
How much RAM can a late 2009 MacBook take?
Apple only officially supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM in both lines. However, site sponsor Other World Computer has discovered that the “Late 2009” (MacBook6,1) model actually is capable of supporting 8 GB of RAM.
What is the latest OS for MacBook Pro mid 2009?
Unibody MacBook Pro Q&A
|MacBook Pro||Original Mac OS X||Maximum Mac OS X|
|“Mid-2009”||OS X 10.5.7 “Leopard”||OS X 10.11.x “El Capitan”|
|“Mid-2010”||OS X 10.6.3 “Snow Leopard”||Current|
|“Early 2011”||OS X 10.6.6 “Snow Leopard”||Current|
|“Late 2011”||OS X 10.7.2 “Lion”||Current|
Can a MacBook Pro 2012 be upgraded?
2012 MacBook Pros are still soild machines, and very upgradeable—in fact, it’s what most of our team uses at the iFixit offices.
What can I do with my old MacBook Pro 2009?
Unless you want to turn it into a home decor item, you could use at least these 7 creative ways to turn it into something new.
- Install Linux on your old Mac.
- Make your old Apple laptop a Chromebook.
- Make a network-attached system out of your old Mac.
- Create an emergency Wi-Fi hotspot.
- Sell or recycle your old Mac.
Can I update my 2009 MacBook Pro?
Answer: A: The only 2009 models of Mac that you can install macOS Sierra on are the Macbook and the iMac. Unfortunately, if your late 2009 computer is not one of these, it isn’t possible to update your operating system any further than macOS El Capitan.