Self upgrade flash storage of Macbook Pro Retina 13"

Current Macbook is on flashstorage 128GB.  Is there any way
I can replace it with an SSD but without going thru Apple (as
Apple is quite costly).

I'm looking at installing Sandisk's SSD below:

Is it supported & how do I 'copy' or 'clone' over the entire contents
of the existing flash disk to the new SSD (so that everything still works)?
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Jackie ManCommented:
Connect the new ssd via USB enclosure and initialize it as the Mac journal formal then install super duper or Mac carbon cloner to do the job.
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
GParted will do it, too; but, watch out for the recovery partition.  Copy the O/S partition, grow it leaving enough spavce for the recovery, then copy the recovery. (I've done it several times)
Also make sure you get an USB 3.0 adapter:
Here is how to clone your drive using the built-in recovery partiton and disk utility. It works and is free:

Instructions on how to replace the drive, assuming yours is a MacBook Air are here:

Otherwise select your model Mac here:

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