I am working on a 2015 MacBook Air for a client. The user spilled liquid on the keyboard, and now it won't boot. They took it to a Genius, whose repair quote was high enough that they decided to buy a new MBP instead. I restored their data from a backup and they're in good shape now, but now I want to wipe the MBA's SSD to prevent any of their personal data from ending up in the wrong hands. Two days later and I still can't find an adapter that will allow me to access the drive on another Mac (I don't have another 2015 MBA to use). Do any of you know where I can find an adapter for this, so I can connect to it and wipe it? Here are the specs:
MacBook Air Core i5 - Early 2015
Model #: A1466 (EMC 2925)
256GB SSD (Samsung model #: MZ-JPV256R/0A2)
The SSD has a 16 + 12 pin configuration on one side, and an 11 + 14 pin configuration on the other.
Link for reference: http://www.memory4less.com/samsung-ssd-mz-jpv256r-0a2
I know servicing Macs is very much a moving target since they're always changing their configurations, but this model has been out for a couple of years, and I'm a bit surprised that I can't find any SATA or USB adapters for it. Any ideas how I can reliably wipe the drive without physically damaging it would be greatly appreciated.