Apple's revamped MacBook line

Apple's revamped MacBook line

Summary: Let's take a look at Apple's updated MacBook line.

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  • New Powerbooks

    So, Apple upgraded it's Powerbook line? What about the 17"?
    Did I miss something here?
    Jim Heitzig
  • RE: New Powerbooks

    Apple has upgraded its MB and MBP (they haven't been Powerbooks for a few years now) range, with a small specifications improvement, and also the MB (were white and black) and the MBP 15" the same case. The 17" MBP however seems to be forgotten or ignored. It did get an internal face lift though (standard config improved in most areas) it didn't get a new "Al brick" case.
    Why Apple did this is a mystery to me, however maybe they wanted to differentiate their top of the line laptop from the bottom of the line (now sub US$1000 haha) to which the base line MBP now looks identical.
    I'm not sure about it anymore than that. Maybe someone else can shed some more light on it.
    rednickja