The majority of MacBook Pro 2010 users have upgraded their OS with SSD to gain better speed and reliability.
It's OK! You can upgrade the old MacBook Pro 2010 or mid-2010 with SSD to experience FAST System Performance.
By default, this model has a 15.4" color widescreen LED-backlit TFT active-matrix "glossy" display with a 1440 by 900 native resolution.
MC375LL/A / MacBookPro7,1 / A1278 The 13" MacBook Pro (Unibody, Mid 2010) - MC375LL/A was released in 2010 and features a 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo processor and 13" display.
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macOS High Sierra (10.13) or macOS Sierra (10.12) MacBook Pro from mid-2010 or later; OS X Lion (10.7) or later for Sierra and OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) in the case of High Sierra.
|Monterey macOS 12.x||Catalina macOS 10.15.x|
|Mid 2010 MacPro5,1 Upgrade your Mac Pro||No||No|
|Early 2009 MacPro4,1 Upgrade your Mac Pro||No||No|
|Early 2008 MacPro3,1 Upgrade your Mac Pro||No||No|
|Mac Pro (8-core) MacPro2,1 Upgrade your Mac Pro||No||No|
Question: Q: Best OS version for mid-2010 MacBook Pro 15-inch? ( 2)
Use Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled) for hard drives, and Format: APFS for SSD. Always use GUID Partition Map for macOS. It is best to first choose View ==> Show All Devices so that both drives and volumes appear in the list at left (if not showing, choose View => Show Sidebar).
The M1 MacBook Pro uses two 128GB NAND chips, and multiple chips can enable faster SSD speeds in parallel.
Apple says that macOS 10.14 is supported on every Mac from 2012 or newer. This means the company is dropping support for 2009, 2010, and 2011 models, with the exception of select Mac Pro models.
It is still a good machine if your budget is low. If you can buy the newer machine and can afford to upgrade the RAM, then you are in a better position. Better still of you can install an SSD as your main drive you will notice an immense boost in speed. Good luck !
6:117:45And it's no surprise that it just gets absolutely annihilated by the newer macbooks in terms of rawMoreAnd it's no surprise that it just gets absolutely annihilated by the newer macbooks in terms of raw performance. So we're talking the newer. Macbooks. Just walk all over this thing in single core.
Have a 2010 MacBook Pro? Sorry, it's now obsolete, according to Apple. If you own a 2010 MacBook Pro, your device is officialy obsolete so far as Apple is concerned. Unless, that is, you live in California or Turkey — then it's vintage.
Apple MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2010) Specs
|Warranty/Support||one-year parts-and-labor and 90 days of toll-free, 24/7 phone support|