A Chinese engineer has recently cracked the M1 processor MacBook, upgrading 8GB of RAM to 16G and 256GB of SSD to 1TB.
The engineer, who is from a cell phone repair training institute in Guangzhou, China, showed four images in his WeChat Moments and said, "In times of change, victory belongs to those who adapt to change."
The M1 chip is in the red box in the picture, and the two memory sticks are on the right.
Since Apple has packaged the processor, graphics card, and memory in the M1 chip, users can only choose higher capacity memory and SSD before purchasing the MacBook.
After purchasing, users cannot upgrade the memory and can only upgrade storage through an external hard drive.