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the macbook pro has more space

  • Macbook Pro-8 terabytes
  • Macbook-4 terabytes
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The current MacBook Pro range comes with 4GB of memory which can be expanded to 8GB.


On a 13-inch Macbook Pro, you can get either 4GB or 8GB of memory. On a 13-inch Macbook Pro with retina display or on a 15-inch Macbook Pro with retina display, you can get up to 16GB of memory.


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 SO-DIMM memory modules are compatible between contemporaneous MacBooks and MacBook Pro models. Memory from earlier models may not be suitable for a later era models.


The current 17" MacBook Pro (Intel Core i5 processor) will support up to 8GB of memory older MacBook Pros supported 4GB.


i personaly like the mac book pro OS x any size, i like it because it is more new


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.


Gigabytes (GB) vary with the model of Macbook Pro you decide on. 13-Inch MacBook Pro has 4GB memory and a 500GB hard drive. 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina has 8GB memory and ranges from 128GB flash storage to 512GB flash storage. 15-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina has 16GB memory with either 256GB or 512GB flash storage. This information comes from the Apple Store website.


macbooks are pretty much the same as macbook pro's except that they have less memory.


MacBook Pro has better specs than MacBook Air. This means MacBook Pro is better.


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.


MacBook,MacBook Pro,MacBook Air,are all Laptops.Mac-Pro,iMac,Mac Mini,are Desktop models.


The Mac Book air. As the name says the macbook pro is more for if you need it for work with presentations and stuff.


Yes it is. Some of the good features would be: -MacBook Pros have newer and more powerful graphics cards than the regular MacBook. Which means, you can play games, watch movies and other things in better quality than if you watched them on a regular MacBook. -Macbook Pros are driven by a more powerful processor. -Macbook Pros have higher range sound cards. Which means, the quality of music listening is better than the regular MacBook. -You can have more RAM and hard drive memory on a MacBook Pro.


None, why would it have Read Only Memory.


It would depend on what you are using your laptop for. MacBook - consumer market MacBook Pro - commercial/business market ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Macbook is more for those that are presenting. Pro is better for working and just using as a general computer.


Application folder or in the "Dock".


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.


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.


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.


If you mean 3GB of memory on the graphics card then no.


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


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


MacBook Pro is the best you can get


in mac pro system minimum memory 4gb we need to run mac OS. because mac pro build of designing, HD resolution.



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