Time Capsule not server-grade
A week ago Apple up-to-date it is time Capsule ability to 3TB. Formerly the unit capped out at 2GB. It is ￡399 for that 3TB model, and ￡249 for that 2TB model (formerly ￡396). The stopped 1TB model was ￡239.
Some experts took problem with Apple’s claims on its product page the 2TB or 3TB drive is really a “server-grade hard disk”.
Hardmac opened up in the drive to check it to last year’s model. It found the brand new Time Capsule consists of a Western Digital hard disk having a 64MB cache. Which has similarities towards the drive in the last hardware.
Hardmac spoke to Western Digital, who described the drive like a “public model”, no enterprise-qualified hard disk.