June 11, 2014
Upgrade Mac Products Ahead of Yosemite Launch This Fall, says US Memory Expert


Mac users all over the world are eagerly awaiting the brand new Apple operating system – OS X Yosemite. The update, which is entirely free, features an entirely redesigned interface, new apps, better integration and a whole host of other features which make it Apple’s most advanced operating system yet.

As is the norm in the months before a new Apple update is released, Mac users are eagerly upgrading their memory modules to ensure that when they install that Yosemite update, their system will feel like a brand new unit, running more smoothly than ever and offering higher performance. Data Memory Systems, one of the US’ leading providers of Apple memory solutions, is a one-stop shop for all Apple memory upgrades, and their comprehensive selection of memory modules is ideal for those looking to breathe new life into their Mac before the Yosemite update lands.

Justin Briere, of Data Memory Systems, says, “Whenever Apple announce a new operating system, we see a surge in people upgrading their systems to ensure they have enough memory for the upgrade, and to give their system a whole new lease of life. We have one of the most comprehensive collections of Apple memory anywhere on the web, all at competitive prices that make us the prime destination for anyone planning to increase their RAM memory ahead of Yosemite.”

Though the minimum requirement for all new Apple installations is 2GB, the experts actually recommend at least 4GB of memory to run all of the apps and new features that will make Yosemite so dynamic and exciting for users. All new Mac products are shipped with at least 4GB to ensure that they’re capable of running upgraded systems, but many Mac users notice a dramatic difference with the addition of just an extra 2GB or 4GB. Performance is much faster, apps run more smoothly and multitasking is a breeze.

Data Memory Systems’ range of Apple memory modules cater to all of these demands – an upgrade for the Mid 2012 MacBook Pro with a non-retina screen and a dual core Intel Core i5 processor starts at just $44.95 for a 4GB RAM memory upgrade, providing great value for money as well as consistent high performance. There are also external hard drives and Mac Mini memory upgrades available for those who want to ensure their data is secure with back-ups when they install the new system.

Yosemite’s exact release date has not been confirmed yet – it will be released this Fall to millions of downloads, and those who have upgraded their memory beforehand are likely to notice the benefits much more clearly.

To find out more about the new range of PC and Apple memory solutions from Data Memory Systems and to buy online, visit http://www.datamemorysystems.com

About Data Memory Systems: The Data Memory Systems’ team wants to provide the best possible quality PC memory and Apple memory at the lowest prices. They offer great service and value for your money.  Whether you have a Dell, HP, Sony, IBM or Apple Mac system, they have the compatible memory for your device.

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