MacBook Pro
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MacBook Air
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Knowledge Identifier: $MacBook



brand of Macintosh notebook computers manufactured by Apple Inc. from early 2006 to late 2011 add

Category: Business (705)

Launched in 2006.

Countries: United States (44%), (44%), USA (12%)

Main connections: MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook (2015 version)

Linked to: Nvidia, Apple Inc., Macworld, Intel




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The "'MacBook"' is a brand of Macintosh notebook computers manufactured by Apple Inc. from early 2006 to late 2011 add something


Mac OS - In January 2006, Apple released the first Macintosh computers with & Intel processors, an iMac and the MacBook Pro, and in February 2006, Apple released a Mac mini with an Intel Core Solo and Duo processor


Mac Pro - The iMac, Mac Mini, $ MacBook, and MacBook Pro had moved to an Intel-based architecture starting in January 2006, leaving the Power Mac G5 as the only machine in the Mac lineup still based on the PowerPC processor architecture Apple had used since 1993


MacBook Pro - The "'MacBook Pro"' is a line of Macintosh portable computers introduced in January 2006 by Apple Inc., and now in its third generation


Mac OS - On May 16, 2006, Apple released the MacBook, before completing the Intel transition on August 7 with the Mac Pro


MacBook Pro - Apple refreshed the entire MacBook Pro line on October 24, 2006, to include Intel Core 2 Duo processors


There were problems with batteries on some models from 2007 not being read by the MacBook add something


With the late 2007 revision, the keyboard received several changes to closely mirror the one that shipped with the iMac, by adding the same keyboard short-cut to control multimedia, and removing the embedded numeric keypad and the Apple logo from the command keys add something


Early tablet computers - Before the introduction of the iPad, Axiotron introduced the Modbook, a heavily modified Apple MacBook, Mac OS X-based tablet computer at Macworld in 2007


Starbucks - In September 2007 Apple announced that customers would be able to browse the iTunes Store at Starbucks via Wi-Fi in the US , targeted at iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and MacBook users


Beginning with the early 2008 revision, the Apple Remote became an optional add-on add something


Sam Adams (musician) - Adams started recording songs on his Macbook in 2008 from his college dormitory room


MacBook Air - At the launch of the first MacBook Air in January 2008, Apple claimed it to be the thinnest laptop in the world


MacBook Air - Steve Jobs introduced the first MacBook Air during a speech at his keynote at the 2008 Macworld Conference & Expo on January 15, 2008


MacBook Pro - On February 26, 2008, the MacBook Pro line was again updated


It was the best-selling Macintosh in history, and according to the sales-research organization NPD Group in October 2008, the mid-range model of the MacBook was the single best-selling laptop of any brand in US retail stores for the preceding five months add something


Sale of the black polycarbonate MacBook ceased in October 2008 after the introduction of the aluminum MacBook add something


MacBook Pro - At the time of the introduction of the 15-inch unibody MacBook Pro on October 14, 2008, the pre-unibody model with the same screen size was discontinued, while the 17-inch pre-unibody model continued to be sold


MacBook Pro - On October 14, 2008, in a press event at company headquarters, Apple officials announced a new 15-inch MacBook Pro featuring a "precision aluminum unibody enclosure" and tapered sides similar to those of the MacBook_Air


The built-in battery of the late 2009 revision, a feature introduced earlier in the year with the MacBook Pro, is claimed by Apple to last seven hours compared with five hours in the older models add something


MacBook Pro - At the MacWorld Expo keynote on January 6, 2009, Phil Schiller announced a 17-inch MacBook Pro with unibody construction


MacBook Pro - The original case design was discontinued on January 6, 2009, when the 17-inch MacBook Pro was updated with unibody construction


MacBook Pro - In August 2009, Apple extended the "matte" anti-glare display option to the 15-inch MacBook Pro.


A third design, introduced in October 2009, used a unibody polycarbonate shell as aluminum is now reserved for the higher-end MacBook Pro add something


Apple Inc. - In October 2009, Apple upgraded the iMac and MacBook, replacing the cold cathode fluorescent lamp backlit LCD displays with mercury-free LED backlit LCD displays and arsenic-free glass


On October 20, 2009, Apple released a MacBook that introduced a new polycarbonate unibody design, faster DDR3 memory, a multi-touch trackpad, an LED-backlit display, and a built-in seven-hour battery add something


The battery included in the mid 2010 model holds an additional five watt-hours over the previous model's and is claimed to last up to ten hours add something


MacBook Air - For the late 2010 MacBook Air, only flash storage is available, in 64 or 128 GB capacities on the 11" model, and 128 or 256 GB on the 13"


MacBook Air - Forrester Research analyst Frank Gillett attributes Apple's increased success in the enterprise market to the 2010 MacBook Air and the iPad


MacBook Pro - On April 13, 2010, the MacBook Pro saw another update


On May 18, 2010, the MacBook was refreshed with a faster processor, a faster graphics card, improved battery life, and the ability to pass audio through the Mini DisplayPort connector add something


On July 20, 2011, the MacBook was discontinued for consumer purchases, but was still available to educational institutions until February 2012 add something


On July 20, 2011, the MacBook was quietly discontinued for consumer purchase in favor of the new MacBook Air add something


Apple continued to sell the MacBook to educational institutions until February 2012 add something


MacBook Pro - Apple released the third generation of MacBook Pro in June 2012 as a 15-inch screen size only


MacBook Pro - On June 11, 2012, at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco Apple introduced a new third generation MacBook Pro, marketed as the "MacBook Pro with Retina display" to differentiate it from the updated models of the previous generation released the same day


MacBook Pro - A third generation 13-inch MacBook Pro was released on October 23, 2012


MacBook Pro - On February 13, 2013, Apple announced updated prices and processors for their MacBook Pro with Retina Display


MacBook Air - On October 17, 2013, Apple announced a recall of both the 64GB and 128GB MacBook Air flash storage drives that are installed in Air systems purchased between June 2012 and June 2013


MacBook Pro - After a media event on October 22, 2013 Apple discontinued all second generation MacBook Pros except for the entry 2,5 GHz 13" model


MacBook Pro - On October 22, 2013 Apple held its Fall Keynote address in San Francisco and announced that it had updated the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina


Universal Serial Bus - Among the first devices to accommodate a Type-C cable is Apple's 2015 MacBook, which has a single USB 3,1 port


MacBook (2015 version) - Soon after the launch, the 2015 MacBook became the object of a humorous "Ratones Coloraos" interview meme, featuring Spanish comedian El Risitas in Jesús Quintero's show


MacBook Pro - On February 20, 2015, Apple instituted the , which "will repair affected MacBook Pro systems, free of charge


The fourth design, introduced in March 2015, had an ultra-slim design and was available in three colors -- silver, gold or black add something


The MacBook line was relaunched on March 9, 2015 with a new design, which is thinner than the MacBook Air. add something


On April 19, 2016, Apple updated the 12-inch Retina MacBook with new sixth-generation Intel Core M processors, longer battery life and a new rose gold option add something


MacBook Pro - Apple discontinued the 13-inch 2nd generation MacBook Pro on October 27, 2016


MacBook Air - Apple released an entry-level version of the 13" $ MacBook Pro on October 27, 2016, which was specifically targeted towards MacBook_Air users


MacBook Pro - During a press event held on October 27, 2016, at the company's headquarters, Apple announced new fourth-generation 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pro models


MacBook Pro - The fourth generation MacBook Pro was revealed on October 27, 2016


While on June 5, 2017, the MacBook received the seventh-generation Intel Core processors and the second-generation butterfly keyboard that first debuted on the MacBook Pro. add something


MacBook (2015 version) - On 5 June 2017, Apple again updated the MacBook with Intel Kaby Lake m3, i5, and i7 processors


MacBook Pro - On 5 June 2017, Apple upgraded the internals of the MacBook Pro, such as enhanced Iris Plus and AMD Radeon graphics, Kaby Lake processors, and added memory


In June 2018, Apple announced a Service Program to "service eligible MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards, free of charge" add something


MacBook Pro - In June 2018, Apple announced a Service Program to "service eligible $ MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards, free of charge"


MacBook (2015 version) - In June 2018, Apple announced a Service Program to "service eligible MacBook and MacBook_Pro keyboards, free of charge"


MacBook Pro - On July 12, 2018, Apple upgraded the internals of the MacBook Pro, adding the T2 SoC Chip and a True Tone Display as well as adding a six-core processor with up to 32GB of RAM to the 15-inch and a quad-core professor to the 13-inch model


Sean Young - In August 2018, Young and her son were identified on surveillance video removing two MacBook laptops from the Astoria, Queens production office for the film "Charlie Boy"


On October 30, 2018, the MacBook Air underwent a major design change, dropping the USB Type-A ports, MagSafe, and the SD card slot in favor of two USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports and a headphone jack add something


MacBook (2015 version) - On October 30, 2018, Apple quietly eliminated two MacBook color options for one, new color option to match the MacBook_Air's 2018 color scheme


MacBook Air - On October 30, 2018, Apple unveiled a redesigned 13,3" MacBook Air model, with a Retina display, Touch ID, Thunderbolt 3, and 3 colors


MacBook Pro - As of early 2019, there were reports of issues with the same type of keyboards in the 2018 MacBook Air. In May 2019 Apple modified the keyboard for the fourth time and promised that any MacBook keyboard with butterfly switches will be repaired or replaced free during four years after the date of sale


MacBook Pro - Last June 2019, Apple determined that a limited number of 15-inch MacBook Pros sold during September 2015 has imposing a risk of swelling and risk of fire


It was again discontinued on July 2019 add something


MacBook Air - Apple released updated models in July 2019 with True Tone display technology and an updated keyboard using the same components as the 2019 MacBook Pro


MacBook (2015 version) - On July 9, 2019 Apple quietly discontinued the MacBook line again as it had been effectively superseded by the lower-price and higher-performance