If you have a new macbook pro with the metal body case, no. If you have an older macbook pro, you can use a coin to turn the lock on the bottom of the laptop to remove the battery.
To extend the life of your battery for Apple Macbook Pro is to unplug the laptop and use it to run the battery down then recharge it. Apple does not recommend keeping your laptop plugged in continously as this can ruin your battery. Read more about this at http://www.apple.com/batteries/notebooks.htm
After discovering that your Apple MacBook Pro won't turn on when you plug the charger in and the battery life isn't appearing on the side, it may be safe to assume you need a new battery.
The current MacBook Pro can deliver 7 hours of battery life but the actual figure will depend on how the computer is being used and how much power it requires.
Direct Methanol Fuel Cell(DMFC)Buy a Mac; my macbook pro has a 7hr battery life; the macbook pro 17" has a 8hr battery life(this is one of the IT question, buy a mac isn't going to help. they need answer to help there review.)
if you want to have a thin computer that does not weigh a lot, then yes. if you want a more durable computer that has more ports, longer battery life, and a bigger hard drive and better memory, then a MacBook Pro is right for you.
The MacBook Pro cases are much larger and sturdier the the MacBook Air cases.
macbook air, dell, gateway, asus...all really good battery life. a macbook air or macbook pro would be the best and would last longer, but its more expensive.
The current MacBook Pro comes with 4GB of RAM which can be expanded to 8GB.
The newer MacBook and MacBook Pro models have some distinct differences. The MacBook is a white plastic shell with a smaller screen. All MacBook Pro models are now made of a solid, unibody enclosure. Some advantages/disadvantages: *The MacBook tends to get very hot after about an hour of use. The MacBook Pro models do not have this problem. *The MacBook Pro models have a better screen for displaying graphics, and have a higher powered graphics chip. *The MacBook Pro 13" and 15" models include a SD Card slot. The MacBook and MacBook Pro 17" models do not. *The MacBook has a removable battery. All batteries on the MacBook Pro models can not be removed. *The MacBook only comes with a 2.13GHz processor. The standard configuration of the lowest costing MacBook Pro has a 2.23GHz processor. *All MacBook Pro batteries can have a charge for up to 7 hours (excluding the MacBook Pro 17", which can have an 8 hour charge). The battery on the MacBook can have just a 5 hour charge. The MacBook Pro family has some obvious advantages. If you're looking for a lower-costing computer that can run Mac OSX, the MacBook would be your best choice. If you need something reliable that can do any task, go for it and upgrade to a MacBook Pro.
A lithium ion battery installed at the factory that cannot be replaced by the user.
The current MacBook Pro range comes with 4GB of memory which can be expanded to 8GB.
The Macbook pro is so much faster than the macbook air, it is also just an all around better laptop if you can afford it....
I'm 10 years old and i have the macbook pro, because my parents got it for me because i went to London and they missed me so much they got me the Macbook Pro! By: Isha
The macbook pro is the best!!!!!!
MacBook Pro is the best you can get
Macbook pro is better than macbook air. Although it is heavier but it has better screen quality and the screen is made out of glass. if you are tight on money, i would suggest u to get and 11 inch macbook air, if not get a macbook pro which is $9088 (Hk dollars) Or even better ones that are listed in apple.com. Alright, last thing. Macbook pro has a better battery life. It can be used up to 7-10 hours for 13-15 inch. But for 17 inch it is only 5-7 hours. Air sucks, and pro rocks! You guys should listen to me, cause once you get an air. You will regret.
macbook pro with retina display way better
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.
Either the MacBook Pro or the MacBook Air has its share of features that makes it distinct from each other, but it doesn't necessarily mean that either laptop is superior. If you are looking for long battery life, a light and slim form factor, and storage space isn't a high priority, then the MacBook Air is for you. If you are looking for a sharp display (especially the Retina versions), larger form factor (ie: 15" screen), a high-end CPU/GPU, and plenty of storage, then the MacBook Pro is for you.
the macbook pro has more spaceMacbook Pro-8 terabytesMacbook-4 terabytes
I think a Macbook Pro is much funner and very fast and is not boring! A Macbook Pro has so many features you wont even be bored! Its very easy and fun to use try it!
According to Apple, you should be able to get around 1000 battery cycles out of your Macbook Pro before the battery will need to be replaced. This comes down to 5 years of normal battery usage. However, over time, the battery's capacity will significantly diminish.
The Macbook Pro is made in China.
macbooks are pretty much the same as macbook pro's except that they have less memory.