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Installation Videos Still in Production.

What with all the excitement of new iPhone, the release of the iPad, a redesigned Mac mini, new MacBooks, new product releases, and  price drops galore, you’d think we’d given up on our highly-acclaimed Installation Series of videos.

Au contraire, my friends. We’ve been as busy as we ever have, making guides to upgrade the newest of the new Macs, as well as filling in gaps for some earlier models.

Here’s some of the machines we’ve shown how to upgrade over the last few months.

  • iPhone (original)
  • Power Macintosh G4 (Quicksilver)
  • Mac Pro (pre-08)
  • iMac G5 (20″ – No iSight)
  • MacBook Pro 15″ (mid 2010)
  • Mercury Elite-AL Pro Qx 2

…and we have even more on the way, including the remaining MacBooks and the new Mac minis!

On top of that, we’ve also been expanding out with our OWC TV video segments, where we introduce and test new products and OWC Radio, where host Tim Robertson discusses the tech news of the day with notables from the Mac community.

Fortunately, we’ve made it quite simple to keep up on our latest AV exploits. You can always find the latest additions in these locations.




OWC Radio

Thanks for watching and listening!

M. Chris Stevens
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  • When can we expect the hard drive upgrade video for the new Mac Mini 2010? Looking forward.

  • I watched an OWC video, which showed me exactly how to replace the hard drive in my daughter’s three year-old MacBook. My experience was exactly as the video showed. I also upgraded her RAM while I was in there. My daughter is thrilled with her upgraded machine and OWC made the sale!

  • The videos are OK as an overview before opening equipment, but I look for photos/diagrams which are easier to reference when actually working on the equipment.

    • On the flip side of that, many people actually prefer to see a video of how an upgrade is performed rather than static diagrams, and we’ve gotten plenty of feedback supporting that point.

      As Sly & the Family Stone once said: Different Strokes for Different Folks (and so on and soon and scooby-dooby-doo).