I'm planning on buying a new Macbook this fall. I fail to order more than 16GB RAM for any mobile device, but I remember that previously, with smaller memory limits, some machines would inofficially also with more than just the 8GB.

Is there any way to make any of the current/new devices work with more than 16GB memory? Are there rumors of a new Macbook specification that will allow for more RAM?

I know that this question has been asked previously , but I figure this is not a duplicate, as the boundary of technology and hardware is moving rapidly.*

  • Are you talking about a non retina Macbook Pro ? Jul 15, 2014 at 12:58
  • Anything is okay.
    – FooBar
    Jul 15, 2014 at 12:59

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Since retina Macbook Pro have their memory soldered to the mainboard I won't be possible to have more memory than sold by Apple.

About the last non retina MacBook Pro (mid-2012). It's 16GB

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