The MacBook Pro is primarily a family or new line of famous Macintosh notebooks or portable computers manufactured by Apple Inc. A new line of notebooks was introduced in 2006, which actually replaced the PowerBook G4 and, finally, the second model after iMac in the Apple-Intel transition. Undoubtedly, one of the high-end products of the MacBook family.
Currently, the MacBook Pro family consists of models that are made mainly in three sizes: 13, 15, and 17 inches. The family's only block consists of unibody models made of aluminum; and certainly the thinnest ones. The MacBook Pro family has really developed since the beginning of 2006; and the latest models are upgraded and have revised versions as before.
Apple introduced the updated version of the MacBook Pro family in 2010, which included a number of added features for one of the models of performance and design. The latest releases include Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processors for 15-inch and 17-inch models, although 13-inch models also include Core 2 Duo processors, as contained in previous releases. Enhanced models are lighter and have almost the original design, including paint-cut aluminum unibody technology; but in the models, there are certainly some recent inclusions. These are:
Glass multi-touch trackpad: the latest releases of MacBooks are the new generation of trackpads. The most important feature of these buttons is certainly without the glass panel. The tactile feeling is much better and easy to handle with a single finger. The surface is much smoother and with the removal of the buttons the pad space increases by 39%. Macintosh MacBook Pro MacBook Pro is the latest addition to the MacBook Pro library, similar to Macintosh-like features like iPhone with multi-finger gestures and 4-finger swapping, like switching between COMMAND + TAB functions
. The latest models use LED display technology, which ultimately allows the screen to be much lighter and thinner;
Better Graphics: The new chipset on the MacBook line includes the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M processor that delivers enough performance to run applications and games with much better graphics quality.
Mini Displayport: The special port of the MacBook Pro family with new releases certainly has a VGA and DVI display thanks to a separate optional adapter. The most amazing part is that it's completely digital.
With all of these attractive features, the latest MacBooks have 160GB and 250GB hard drives together with 2GB of RAM.