Hands-on MacBook Pro reviews by MacPrices.net editors
October 2013 MacBook Pro Upgrades
Price cuts, Haswell CPUs, and slimmer design for 13-inch models
February 2013 MacBook Pro Upgrades
Price cuts, speed-bumps for Retina MacBook Pros, 13" MacBook Air price cuts
October 2012 13" MacBook Pro w/Retina Display
Apple offers a Retina Display with the 13" MacBook Pro
June 2012 MacBook Pros w/Retina Displays
New Retina displays with 15-inch models.
June 2012 MacBook Pros
Updated with faster Core i7 processors.
October 2011 MacBook Pros
Updated with faster Sandy Bridge processors.
February 2011 MacBook Pros
Now with Thunderbolt i/o technology.
April 2010 i5, i7 MacBook Pros
Apple offers Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors with 15" and 17" MacBook Pros. NVIDIA GeForce video is now included.
June 2009 MacBook Pros
The 13" Aluminum now officially becomes a MacBook Pro with a backlit keyboard. All models get faster Core 2 Duo processors.
Late 2008 unibody MacBook Pros
The next-generation MacBook Pro with unibody aluminum cases and LED glass displays. The click-button below the trackpad is gone, replaced with a single, clickable, glass trackpad with multi-touch gesture technology. Optional SSD storage is available.
Early 2008 MacBook Pro
Models updated with Penryn Intel Core 2 Duo processors.
2007 MacBook Pros
Apple released its second refreshment or Revision C of the MacBook Pro line of professional notebooks in June, 2007, with the latest Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 ("Santa Rosa") processors, some eight months after the Revision B MacBook Pro refresh of October, 2006, which introduced the Core 2 Duo chips. Also new was LED display backlighting on the 15" model, a high-res 1920-by-1200 display option on the 17" MacBook Pro, a 33 percent increase in the memory expansion limit, to a much more practical 4 GB from 3 GB, the latter being awkward on machines that prefer memory pairing, and 2 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM is now standard on all models.
2006 Core 2 Duo MacBook Pros
Apple pumps up the MacBook Pro with Intel Core 2 Duo processors.
17" 2.16GHz MacBook Pro
Apple releases the 17" MacBook Pro to replace the 17" PowerBook G4.
'06 Core Duo MacBook Pros
The end of the PowerBook era. Apple introduces their next-generation laptop with Intel processors, now called the MacBook Pro
2010 White MacBook
Early 2009 White MacBook
Late 2008 Aluminum MacBook
Early 2008 13" MacBook
2007 Core 2 Duo MacBooks
13" 2006 Core Duo MacBook