February 28, 2011

Apple Should Stop Calling 13-inch Model MacBook Pro

When Apple introduced the aluminum Unibody design in October 2008 they simply called the 13-inch model MacBook, whereas the 15- and 17-inch models were called MacBook Pro. The MacBook Pro had discrete graphics and faster processors, while the 13-inch MacBook came with GeForce 9400M GPU that shared memory with the main system. However, in 2009 Apple decided that all aluminum Unibody laptops would be branded as MacBook Pro, even though the 13-inch model didn’t come with Pro features like discrete graphics.
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