No it does not. But the Macbook pro does. Although, I dont reccomend the new macbook pro. It has screen diplay problems. I reccomend the 2008 vershion of the macbook pro 17 inch.
in the right side of macbook pros there is a long slit for the disk to slide in.
Of course! A Macbook can play DVDs! yes i have a macbook pro and it plays DVDs. It depends on the model. Certain ones, like the 2012 MacBook Pro I am using, still have DVD drives. My 2013 MacBookPro with Retina Display at home, on the other hand, does not. Apple has been making an effort to phase out DVD/CD-R drives on multiple MacBook models due to their size and the prevalence of streamed media.
CD's, DVD's NO BLURAY
The MacBook Pro's SuperDrive will play and record both CDs and DVDs.
yes, a CD and DVD drive
Yes you can.
Yes. MacBook Pro has the ablilty to read / write to all current DVD and CD formats. They are not yet, however, able to read or write Blu-Ray or HD-DVD discs.
The macbook pro is the best!!!!!!
MacBook Pro is the best you can get
Your CD/DVD player is a Read Only Memory drive.
macbook pro with retina display way better
The macbook pro!
The Macbook Pro is made in China.
The MacBook Pro is already 'out'. the successor of the Macbook Pro is the recent 2012 Macbook Pro with retina with upgraded performance and screen resoulution and display.
The Macbook Pro , because it has a DVD-drive , a faster processor , bigger hard drive, larger memory. The MacBook Air doesn't have a DVD drive , has a slower processor, and has a small hard drive capacity , not much memory, much slower. Source: I'm on a MacBook Pro Right Now
The best Macbook is the Macbook Pro
There is no age limit for getting a MacBook Pro.
The DVD drive in a MacBook Pro can burn Audio CD, Data CD, and DVD disks. It will not burn Blu-Ray disks. Types of writes: CD-Write: -R, -RW DVD-Write: -R, -R DL, -RW, +R, +R DL, +RW
you probably should get the MacBook. they are cheaper than the MacBook Pro. now, if you want a bigger screen, then get a MacBook Pro.
Apple's newest release in the MacBook line is the MacBook Pro with Retina display.
On the top right of your keyboard should be an eject button with the usual triangle with a stripe under; Holding that will eject your DVD.