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What is the difference between a MacBook versus a MacBook Pro?


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2013-07-11 00:11:23
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Some of the differences you should be aware of between a Macbook and a Macbook Pro include that Macbook Pro is more expensive with multiple price levels and has a faster processor.


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MacBooks are now discontinued and replaced with the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, the main differences between the MacBook and the MacBook Pro are that the MacBook Pro has a retina display, thinner design, unibody, faster processors, and more up to date technology. With the MacBook being discontinued, Apple have stopped making them but you can still pick one up for about £800 which is considerably less than the MacBook Pro costs.

One difference between an Apple MacBook and an Apple MacBook Pro is the way they look. The MacBook Pro is more sleek looking than the basic MacBook. Most MacBooks have plastic cases, while Pros are only available with aluminum casing. The MacBook Pro is, of course, much more powerful than the basic MacBook. If you are looking for a really powerful notebook with incredible processing speed, the Pro is the way to go. If you are looking for a notebook for more general use, a basic MacBook is sufficient.

The MacBook Air is thinner than the MacBook Pro. The MacBook Air doesn't have a SuperDrive. The macbook Pro has a multi touch trackpad and a more powerful processor. The MacBook Pro can use up to 8GB of ram and a 500 GB hard drive. The macbook air can have only 2GB of RAM and a 128 GB solid state drive

There is no difference in MacBook Pros (assuming they are the same model) purchased directly from Apple or any other retailer.

You can't. But you can share from MacBook Pro to iPhone4.

The MacBook AIR was created for the "on-the-go" person. More for convenience then processing power. The basic model does not come with a CD/DVD slot and uses solid-state design for its hard drive (smaller capacity). For the value, the MacBook Pro is a good purchase.

The MacBook is made of polycarbonate and is coloured white whereas the Pro is made of aluminum. The Pro has a generally higher spec - includes FireWire port, SD card slot etc. and has a backlit keyboard which are not included with the MacBook. The white MacBook has a better Wi-Fi range than the aluminum model owing to the fact that aluminum blocks Wi-Fi signals to an extent..

The macbook pro is the best!!!!!!

MacBook Pro is the best you can get

Size is one big difference but for a full run down check here

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 has more spaceMacbook Pro-8 terabytesMacbook-4 terabytes

The Macbook Pro is made in China.

The Pro is about half a pound heavier than the air. 13" air is 2.96 pounds. 13" pro is 3.57 pounds. The Air also does not have a CD/DVD drive.

Some people prefer Dell and others prefer MacBook Pro. Here are some opinions:Most certainly Macbook pro.MacBook Pro is better than Dell. MacBook Pro is faster than Dell.

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.

The best Macbook is the Macbook Pro

There is no age limit for getting a MacBook Pro.

Apple's newest release in the MacBook line is the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Most do, but the Macbook pro with Retina Display does not.

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MacBook Pro was created on 2006-01-10.

The MacBook was produced to target the consumer market, this means home users, children, students, etc.The MacBook Pro was produced to target the commercial and business market. This includes professionals, business executives, etc.

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