MacBook – Full information, models, specs and more

The Apple’s MacBook notebooks line was introduced on May 16, 2006 and marketed until February, 2012, when this line was discontinued. It was relaunched however in 2015, this time as a “one port” notebook with a “Retina” display.

MacBook Pro Models

MacBook Pro 15,2

MacBook Pro 15,2 (13-inch, Late 2018)
MacBook Pro 15,2 (13-inch, Late 2018) now featuring up to 6-Core processors, True Tone Display and the Apple T2 Chip.
Family13-inch, Late 2018
Model NumberA1989 (EMC 3214)
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MacBook Pro 15,1

MacBook Pro 15,1 (15-inch, Late 2018)
MacBook Pro 15,1 (15-inch, Late 2018) is the most powerful laptop of Apple.
Family15-inch, Late 2018
Model NumberA1990 (EMC 3215)
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MacBook Pro 14,3 (15-inch, Mid/Touch Bar 2017)
MacBook Pro 14,3 (15-inch, Mid/Touch Bar 2017) is the top level laptop with two iteration according to the speed of the CPU installed. (More...)
Family15-inch, Mid/Touch Bar 2017
Model NumberA1707 (EMC 3162)
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MacBook Pro 14,2 (13-inch, Mid/Touch Bar 2017)
MacBook Pro 14,2 (13-inch, Mid/Touch Bar 2017) is a copy the MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2017), a thin machined aluminum case with Retina display, but features Touch Bar. (More...)
Family13-inch, Mid/Touch Bar 2017
Model NumberA1706 (EMC 3163)
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MacBook Pro 14,1 (13-inch, Mid 2017)
In design MacBook Pro 14,1 (13-inch, Mid-2017) copy the MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2016), a thin machined aluminum case with Retina display. The entry level 13-inch MacBook Pro features no Touch Bar. (More...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2017
Model NumberA1708 (EMC 3164)
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MacBook Air Models

MacBook Air 8,1
All-new MacBook Air features 13-inch Retina display, Touch ID, the latest processors, an even more portable design and all-day battery life. (More...)
Family13-inch, Late 2018
Model NumberA1932 (EMC 3184)
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MacBook Air 7,2
MacBook Air 7,2 (13-inch, Early 2015 and Mid 2017) is the subnotebook in the ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard, 13.3-inch widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix display and solid-state drive. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2017
13-inch, Early 2015
Model NumberA1466 (EMC 2925)
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MacBook Air 7,1
MacBook Air 7,1 (11-inch, Early 2015) is the subnotebook in 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. (more...)
Family11-inch, Early 2015
Model NumberA1465 (EMC 2924)
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MacBook Air 6,2
MacBook Air 6,2 (13-inch, Mid 2013 and Early 2014) is the subnotebook in the ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard, 13.3-inch widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix display and solid-state drive. (more...)
Family13-inch, Early 2014
13-inch, Mid 2013
Model NumberA1466 (EMC 2632)
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MacBook Air 6,1
MacBook Air 6,1 (11-inch, Mid 2013 and Early 2014) is the subnotebook in 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. (more...)
Family11-inch, Early 2014
11-inch, Mid 2013
Model NumberA1465 (EMC 2631)
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MacBook Air 5,2
MacBook Air 5,2 (13-inch, Mid 2012) is the subnotebook in the ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard, 13.3-inch widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix display and solid-state drive. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2012
Model NumberA1466 (EMC 2559)
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MacBook Air 5,1
MacBook Air 5,1 (11-inch, Mid 2012) is the subnotebook in 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. (more...)
Family11-inch, Mid 2012
Model NumberA1465 (EMC 2558)
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MacBook Air 4,2
MacBook Air 4,2 (13-inch, Mid 2012) is the subnotebook in 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. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2011
Model NumberA1369 (EMC 2469)
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MacBook Air 4,1
MacBook Air 4,1 (11-inch, Mid 2011) is the compromise MacBook Pro and MacBook Retina. 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 flash storage drive. (more...)
Family11-inch, Mid 2011
Model NumberA1370 (EMC 2471)
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MacBook Air 3,2
MacBook Air 3,2 (13-inch, Late 2010) is the compromise MacBook Pro and MacBook Retina. It is the blade-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size non-backlit keyboard, 13.3-inches widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix display and flash storage drive. (more...)
Family13-inch, Late 2010
Model NumberA1369 (EMC 2392)
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MacBook Air 3,1
MacBook Air 3,1 (11-inch, Late 2010) is the compromise MacBook Pro and MacBook Retina. It is the thinnest ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size non-backlit keyboard, 11.6-inch widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix display and flash storage drive. (more...)
Family11-inch, Late 2010
Model NumberA1370 (EMC 2393)
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MacBook Air 2,1
MacBook Air 2,1 (13-inch, Late 2008 and Mid 2009) is the revised version of MacBook Air 1,1. The design – an ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor – remained the same. But this version had some new features. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2009
13-inch, Late 2008
Model NumberA1304 (EMC 2334)
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MacBook Air 1,1
MacBook Air 1.1 or MacBook Air (13-inch, Original 2008) is the first subnotebook engineered, designed and manufactured by Apple. It is an ultra-thin machined aluminum case with a full-size backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor. (more...)
Family13-inch, Original 2008
Model NumberA1237 (EMC 2142)
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MacBook Models

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. (more...)
Family12-inch, Early 2016
Model NumberA1534 (EMC 2991)
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MacBook Air 7,1
The MacBook 8,1 Retina 12-inch 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. (more...)
Family12-inch, Early 2015
Model NumberA1534 (EMC 2746)
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MacBook Air 6,2
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. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2010
Model NumberA1342 (EMC 2395)
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MacBook Air 6,1
On October 20, 2009, Apple Inc. introduced a new polycarbonate unibody plastic MacBook, classified as MacBook 6,1 (13-inch) with a rubberized anti-skid bottom. It faster DDR3 memory. Yet this MacBook, like its aluminum predecessor, lacks FireWire. (more...)
Family13-inch, Late 2009
Model NumberA1342 (EMC 2350)
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MacBook Air 5,2
Introduced in May 2009, the MacBook 5,2 (13-inch, Mid 2009) was a modest speed-bump of the previous MacBook. The processor speed was increased by 6.5% to 2.13 GHz. The hard disk capacity was increased to 160 GB. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2009
13-inch, Early 2009
Model NumberA1181 (EMC 2300)
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MacBook Air 5,1
Apple announced a MacBook unibody aluminum model (13-inch MacBook 5,1) featuring a new Nvidia chipset at a Cupertino, California with the tagline: The spotlight turns to notebooks. This model is made of a unibody aluminium case with patered edges. (more...)
Family13-inch, Late 2008 Aluminum
Model NumberA1278 (EMC 2254)
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MacBook 4,2
The MacBook 4,2 – 13-inch, aluminum, released in October 2008, included many of the features of the higher-end MacBook Pro 15-inch (Late 2008), announced at the same time. In addition MacBook 4,2 received the new aluminum unibody enclosure. (more...)
Family13-inch, Late 2008
Model NumberA1181 (EMC 2242)
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MacBook 4,1
The MacBook 4,1 13-inch, polycarbonate model (Early-2008) offered a modest speed bump over the previous MacBook (Late 2007). 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. (more...)
Family13-inch, Early 2008
Model NumberA1181 (EMC 2242)
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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. (more...)
Family13-inch, Late 2007
Model NumberA1181 (EMC 2200)
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MacBook 2,1
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. (more...)
Family13-inch, Mid 2007
13-inch, Late 2006
Model NumberA1181 (EMC 2139)
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MacBook 1,1
The MacBook 1,1 (13-inch, Original 2006) was Apple’s first notebook to use new features, such as the glossy display, the sunken keyboard design and the non-mechanical magnetic latch. Model used a combination of polycarbonate and fiberglass casing which was modeled after the iBook G4. (more...)
Family13-inch, Original 2006
Model NumberA1181 (EMC 2092)
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About MacBook

The MacBook is basically divided into four designs: White or black polycarbonate and fiberglass casing, aluminum unibody casing, white unibody polycarbonate, and the silver, gold, or space Gray “Retina” models which were presented in 2015. Each basic design has its own system which differs significantly from other models.

Aimed at the consumer and education markets, the MacBook replaced the iBook series and 12-inch PowerBook series of notebooks. The MacBooks may be classified as the low end of the Macintosh family, below the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Till now, this line is the best-selling Mac brand ever.

Links

  • MacBook – Apple.
  • Mac Notebooks Manuals: User Guides, Quick Start Guides, Essentials & more
  • MacBook’s a perfectly balanced system in and out. Still, if you look for other tablets, we at iGotOffer will be glad to take in your used MacBook: Sell your MacBook. We pay top dollar for your old electronic device.

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Published by DetroitBORG on July 25, 2018.

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  • A hat for your cat

    Surface Pro 4 vs. Macbook

    As the new musical ad declares, Macs are as useful as a hat for your cat. Is it true? Both have keyboards and SSDs for storage, both have touch screen…. Oops! Wait-wait-wait, Macbooks don’t have touch screens? Really? Oh, boy, we’re well into the second decade of the 21st century, for crying out loud! Yes, sad but true. Macbooks are only rumored to get touch screens in the future.

    How about stylus? No chance. You can write and draw with a stylus only if you’re a happy owner of Surface Pro 4. Just rip away the keyboard if you choose to use Surface Pro 4 as a tablet and when you’re bored of it, glue it back. Yes, it has magnets. It’s just that simple.

    Windows Surface Pro 4 sports faster Intel Skylake CPU as well. It’s 50% faster than that in Macbooks. Apple’s Intel Core m7 against Microsoft’s Intel Core i5, a mobile chip against the desktop level chip. With a Surface Pro 4 you’ve got a portable PC, compact enough to fit into a bag. With or without the keyboard, remember.

    And the last but not the least argument. Windows OS. The options for software is literally limitless, and most of it has shareware versions. Plus, cloud Office and OneDrive cloud storage hit the sweet spot for working. Really, who needs laptops?

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