MacBook

Apple MacBook – line of notebook computers manufactured by Apple. Here you will find all information about MacBook: models, specifications and more – everything you have always wanted to ask and learn about.

MacBook 5,1 and MacBook 5,2 – Full Information, Specs

Apple announced a MacBook unibody aluminum model MacBook 5,1 (13-inch) featuring a new Nvidia chipset at a Cupertino, California with the tagline: The spotlight turns to notebooks. Made of a unibody aluminium case with patered edges, this model had an integrated Nvidia GeForce 9400M graphics up to five times faster than the original MacBooks’ Intel chipset. The MacBook unibody aluminium model was thinner than the original polycarbonate MacBooks. The keyboard of the higher-end model included a backlight.
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MacBook 4,1 and MacBook 4,2

The MacBook 4,1 13-inch, polycarbonate model (Early-2008) and MacBook 4,2 13-inch, aluminum model (Late 2008) offered a modest speed bump over the previous MacBook (Late 2007). The 2008 MacBook was available in three configurations: 2.1 GHz/1 GB RAM/120 GB HD/ComboDrive/White, 2.4 GHz/2 GB RAM/160 GB HD/SuperDrive/White, and 2.4 GHz/2 GB RAM/250 GB HD/SuperDrive/Black. In October 2008, the middle- and high-end models were replaced by the new Unibody models. The low-end model was price-reduced to $999, and replaced in January 2009 by the MacBook (Early 2009).
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MacBook Pro (13-Inch and 15-Inch, Mid 2017)

MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2017), as well as MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2017) are the subnotebooks engineered, designed and manufactured by Apple. In design they copy the MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2016) and MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2016), a thin machined aluminum case with Retina display. The entry level 13-inch MacBook Pro features no Touch Bar. (more…)

How to Identify Your MacBook

Here are a few tips to help you identify your MacBook. You can locate the serial number, model identifier, and part number on the device’s surface. Besides, on almost all versions of this computer you will find this information in the About this Mac window. If you have the original box of your MacBook, you can find the information on the packaging. If you purchased the device in Apple store or at an authorized third-party retailer, the serial number will appear on the invoice or receipt. (more…)

How to Identify Your MacBook Air

Here’s a few tips to identify your MacBook Air. You can locate the serial number, model identifier, and part number on the device’s surface. Besides, on almost all versions of this computer you will find this information in the About this Mac window. If you have the original box of your MacBook Air, you can find the information on the packaging. If you purchased the device in Apple store or at an authorized third-party retailer, the serial number will appear on the invoice or receipt.
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How to Identify Your MacBook Pro

Here are a few tips to help you identify your MacBook Pro. You can locate the serial number, model identifier, and part number on the device’s surface. Besides, on almost all versions of this computer you will find this information in the About this Mac window. If you have the original box of your MacBook Pro, you can find the information on the packaging. If you purchased the device in Apple store or at an authorized third-party retailer, the serial number will appear on the invoice or receipt.
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MacBook 9,1

On April 19, 2016, Apple updated the Retina MacBook 8,1 model installing the new sixth-generation Intel Core M processors, Intel HD 515 graphics, faster RAM, longer battery life, faster storage and a new rose gold finish. The MacBook 9,1 Retina (Early-2016) 9,1 is similar in appearance to the MacBook Air, but is thinner and lighter. The computer offers a high-resolution Retina Display, a Force Touch trackpad, a redesigned keyboard, and only two ports: a headphone jack and a USB 3.1 Type-C port for charging, data transfer and video output. In the line of MacBook machines the model sits below the MacBook Pro in terms of average specifications.

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MacBook 8,1 (12-Inch, Early 2015) – Full Information

The MacBook 8,1 (12-Inch, Early 2015) computer was introduced in April 2015. Though similar to MacBook Air, this model is lighter and thinner. This model offers a high-resolution Retina Display, higher memory and storage, redesigned keyboard, TouchPad. It has only two ports: a headphone jack and a USB 3.1 Type-C port which the user can use for data transfer, charging and video output.

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MacBook Air 5,1 (11-Inch, Mid 2012) – Full Information, Specs

MacBook Air 5,1 (11-inch, Mid 2012) is the subnotebook, engineered, designed and manufactured by Apple, powered by Ivy Bridge processors family. It is the ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard, 11.6-inch widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix display and solid-state drive.

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Interesting MacBook Facts

Apple’s goal for the MacBook was to engineer a full‑size experience into the lightest and most compact notebook. The result is more than just a light, thin, functional and capable computer. It’s the future of the notebook. (more…)

MacBook Pro 13,3 (15-inch, Late/Touch Bar 2016)

The MacBook Pro 13,3 (15-inch, Late/Touch Bar 2016) features Apple’s brightest and most colorful Retina display yet, the security and convenience of Touch ID, a more responsive keyboard, a larger Force Touch trackpad and an audio system with double the dynamic range. (more…)

MacBook Pro 13,2 (13-Inch, Late/Touch Bar 2016)

On October 27, 2016, Apple introduced the thinnest and lightest MacBook Pro 13,2 (13-Inch, Late/Touch Bar 2016) ever, along with a new interface. Instead of the traditional row of function keys, the new device is equipped with a Retina-quality Multi-Touch display called the Touch Bar. New MacBook Pro is also the most powerful MacBook Pro ever. Indeed, it features sixth-generation quad-core and dual-core processors, up to 2.3 times the graphics performance over the previous generation. It also has super-fast SSD’s and up to four Thunderbolt 3 ports.
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MacBook Air 1,1 (13-Inch, Original 2008) – Full Information

MacBook Air 1,1 (13-Inch, Original 2008) is the first subnotebook engineered, designed and manufactured by Apple. It takes the middle between MacBook Pro and MacBook Retina. MacBook Air sports an ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor.

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Buying Secondhand MacBook – The ultimate guide

There are a few things you should check when purchasing a Mac notebook secondhand, in addition to checking the hard drive, keyboard, trackpad and mouse. Things can go wrong, even when we know that Apple builds high quality machines. But MacBooks are complicated pieces of machinery and you may know nothing about the previous owner. (more…)

MacBook 3,1

The original polycarbonate MacBook 3,1 (13-inch, Late 2007) was Apple’s first notebook to use new features, such as the glossy display, the sunken keyboard design and the non-mechanical magnetic latch. The MacBook 3,1 (polycarbonate model) followed the same line. With this late-2007 revision, the MacBook keyboard received several changes to closely mirror the one which shipped with the iMac.

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MacBook 7,1

The MacBook 7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010), unibody polycarbonate model, was refreshed with a faster processor, a faster graphics card, improved battery life, and the ability to pass audio through the Mini DisplayPort connector. This version replaced the MacBook (Late 2009). Among the improvements a faster processor and graphics chipset were included.

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MacBook 6,1 (13-Inch, Late 2009) – Full Information

On October 20, 2009, Apple Inc. introduced a new polycarbonate unibody plastic MacBook, classified as MacBook 6,1 (13-Inch, Late 2009) with a rubberized anti-skid bottom. It faster DDR3 memory. Yet this MacBook, like its aluminum predecessor, lacks FireWire. Instead, like the 13-inch MacBook Pro, it has a combined audio in/out port. There is no infrared port and the Apple Remote is not included. This MacBook was a significant improvement on the MacBook line (Mid 2009) that it replaced.

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MacBook 2,1 (13-Inch, Late 2006 and Mid 2007)

The MacBook 2,1 or the original polycarbonate MacBook (13-inch, Late 2006) and MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2007) laptop was thicker than its predecessor – the iBook G4, – but wider, due to its widescreen display. The original MacBook 1,1 and its version 1,2 released in November 2006, five months later, adopted Apple’s MagSafe power connector.

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