Well-built and with a premium look and feel, the MacBook has evolved to become a firm favourite with creative industry users – packing a lot of power into a small footprint for those who need maximum performance on the go.
For many users the ability to connect the MacBook to a second, larger monitor means that it may be the only Mac they need. This in turn means that should anything go wrong, it’s critical that you can find someone who can fix things quickly and cost effectively – which is where we come in.
The MacBook Pro line – the first Apple notebook systems to feature Intel processors – was first introduced in 2006. It initially replaced the PowerBook G4 line and some later models supplanted “non-Pro” MacBook models, too. It currently packs Apple Silicon processors.
Although there are many differences between models, the MacBook Pro series can be divided into five basic groups – pre-unibody, unibody, Retina, Touch Bar, and Apple Silicon.
The MacBook line initially shipped from 2006 until 2012. It was re-introduced as an entirely new “one port” notebook with a “Retina” display and sold from 2015 until 2019.