Are Macbooks still unibody?

Please note that all Macs mentioned in this Q&A have been discontinued. The “Late 2008/Unibody” 13-Inch MacBook and 15-Inch MacBook Pro were replaced by the “Mid-2009” 13-Inch MacBook Pro and 15-Inch MacBook Pro, respectively, on June 8, 2009.

What model is MacBook mid 2010?

MacBook “Core 2 Duo” 2.4 13″ (Mid-2010) Specs (Mid-2010, MC516LL/A, MacBook7,1, A1342, 2395*):

What MacBook was out in 2010?

MacBook Pro

Intro. April 13, 2010 February 24, 2011
Family Mid-2010 17″ MacBookPro6,1
RAM 4 GB 512 MB*
Storage 500 GB HDD 8X DL “SuperDrive”
Complete MacBook Pro 17-Inch “Core i5” 2.53 Mid-2010 Specs

What model is the white MacBook?

Model specifications

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Model Mid 2006 Early 2009 (White)
Display 13.3-inch glossy widescreen LCD, 1280 × 800 pixel resolution (WXGA, 16:10 = 8:5 aspect ratio)
Front side bus 667 MHz 1066 MHz
Processor 1.83 GHz or 2 GHz Intel Core Duo (T2400/T2500) 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (P7350)

What year is the white MacBook?

The original white polycarbonate MacBook. The MacBook was a brand of Macintosh notebook computers built by Apple. First introduced in May 2006, it replaced the iBook and 12-inch PowerBook series of notebooks as a part of the Apple–Intel transition.

What is MacBook unibody?

A “unibody” laptop is a laptop computer that uses a single piece of metal or alloy for the body and screen enclosure. While primarily used to refer to Apple’s MacBook Pro line, different laptops from PC manufacturers like HP also qualify.

What does unibody mean on a MacBook?

The Modular Machine The MacBook Pro Unibody refers to all Apple Mac laptops from late 2008 to mid 2012. These computers have a bottom housing made from a single piece of aluminum. These Apple laptops all came standard with an optical dvd drive and upgradeable hardware.

Is MacBook Air a unibody?

If you’re set on a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, a unibody laptop is the only choice. If you would still like a Mac, but prefer a low-cost, low-heat computer, you may want to consider the standard MacBook line, which is still made out of polycarbonate plastic.

What happened white MacBooks?

Apple has declared the white plastic MacBook, perhaps the most loved of its laptops, dead. The third and last version of the unibody polycarbonate computer has been declared “obsolete” by the company. The White MacBook emerged in 2010, the newest version of a laptop that was first introduced in 2006.

When was white MacBook discontinued?

Apple first introduced the unibody polycarbonate MacBook, the third design iteration of the MacBook line, in late 2009, offering it in black and white. The MacBook was sold for only a short time, having been discontinued in mid-2011 after the introduction of the MacBook Air.

What kind of processor does the new MacBook unibody have?

The new revision of the MacBook Unibody Model A1342 has been kind enough to grace us with its presence. 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3 MB on-chip L2 shared cache. NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor with 256 MB of shared DDR3 SDRAM.

How big is the battery on a MacBook unibody?

The battery in the A1342 Mid 2010 is 63.5 watt-hours and weighs 355 grams. In contrast, the earlier A1342 has a battery of 60 watt-hours and weighs 347.5 grams. Lo and behold, the new battery works in the A1342! Both of these screenshots were taken from the previous iteration, the MacBook Unibody A1342.

What is Bluetooth model number on MacBook unibody?

Bluetooth model number is BCM943224PCIEBT. This is the same card used in the previous model, the A1342. After removing the final few screws, lift the optical drive out of its comfy abode. You’ll be glad to know that MacBook Unibody Model A1342 Mid 2010 continues to use the 8x SATA superdrive manufactured by Panasonic, model UJ898.

What’s the model number of the White MacBook?

With’s “White Polycarbonate Unibody” MacBook Q&A you can get answers to all of your questions about the MacBook models that are molded as one piece of white polycarbonate (which Apple refers to as the “Late 2009” and “Mid-2010” MacBook models, and that share model number A1342).