Is it true that the SSD of a Macbook Pro 15-inch (A1990 EMC3215) cannot be changed by itself? This is one of the latest models which have a touch bar.
I know for a fact that the SSD of a Macbook Air 11-inch (2013) (A1465 EMC2631) can, as I have done it before. But the shop in my neighbourhood says this is not the case with A1990 EMC3215. I hope to have confirmation that this is correct.
If this is correct:
I am in a situation where I need to recover data from my Macbook Pro 15-inch (A1990 EMC3215)'s SSD, but I still need to continue using the same machine. I was thinking of taking it out and replacing it with a new SSD. This way, I can send the original SSD for recovery (or I can at least delay recovery efforts), while still be able to use my Macbook. If I just continue using the original SSD, there is high risk of the OS overwriting my accidentally deleted files. I'd like to continue using my Macbook A1990 EMC3215 while I explore the possibility of recovering data from the original SSD.
If I can't swap out the SSD for another one, is there anything else I can do if I cannot get a new/another machine?