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The information below has been gathered from many sources (spec. database, observation, etc.) and may not be all inclusive. Please feel free to notify us of important errors or omissions.

The original MacBook®, introduced in May of 2006, came with a 13.3-inch TFT 1280x900 LCD, 1.83 or 2GHz Intel Core Duo processor with 2 MB of level 2 cache, 512 MB of 667MHz DDR2 PC5300 RAM (2GB max), Intel GMA 950 graphics (64MB-shared), 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet, Airport Extreme®, iSight®, stereo speakers, microphone, combo drive (optional SuperDrive), remote control, dual USB® ports, a mini-DVI port, a FireWire port, a headphone jack, and was offered in colors of black or white.

In November of 2006, the MacBook® (Late 2006) was introduced. This model has the same features as the previous models, except that it uses the Core 2 Duo processor. The 2GHz models have 4 MB of level 2 cache and 1GB of RAM standard (4GB max), and the optional SuperDrive is dual-layer. Other features are the same as the previous models.

In May of 2007, the MacBook® (13-inch Mid 2007) was introduced. This model was only offered with a 2 or 2.16GHz processor with 4MB of level 2 cache, and 1GB of RAM standard on all models (4GB max). The 2GHz model has a combo drive, and the 2.16GHz had an 8x dual-layer SuperDrive.

In November of 2007, the MacBook® (Late 2007, 2.2/2.0Ghz),was introduced. In addition to the processor speed increase, the graphics changed to Intel GMA X3100 (144MB-Shared), the system bus changed to 800 MHz, and the keyboard layout changed slightly. Other features are similar to previous models.

In February of 2008, the MacBook® (13-inch Early 2008), was introduced. The processor speed increased to 2.1/2.4GHz with 3MB of full-speed cache. Other features are similar to previous models.

In October 2008, the MacBook® (13-inch, Aluminum, Late 2008) was introduced. This MacBook has an aluminum chassis, processor speeds of 2.0 or 2.4GHz, 1066MHz DDR3 PC8500 RAM, and elimination of the FireWire port. Other features are the same as the previous model. This laptop was discontinued in May 2009 when the very similar MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009) was introduced.

In January 2009, the MacBook® (13-inch, Early 2009), was introduced. The processor speed decreased to 2GHz, the system bus speed increased to 1066MHz (667MHz DDR2 PC00 RAM), the graphics changed to GeForce 9400M (256MB Shared), and SuperDrive is standard. Other features are similar to previous models.

In May 2009, the MacBook® (13-inch, Mid 2009), MacBook® (13-inch, Mid 2009), was introduced. The processor speed increased to 2.13GHz, the RAM speed increased to 800MHz DDR2 PC6400. Other features remain similar to previous model.

In October, 2009, the MacBook® (13-inch, Late 2009) was introduced. The processor speed has increased to 2.26GHz, with 1066MHz bus, and DDR3 PC8500 RAM, and GeForce 9400M graphics. This model is sometimes referred to as the polycarbonate unibody MacBook. This model has a built-in, 7-hour battery, but does not have a FireWire port. Other features remain the same as the previous model.

In May of 2010, the latest line of the polycarbonate unibody was introduced; the MacBook® (13-inch, Mid 2010) had a processor speed of 2.4GHz, NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics (256 MB-Shared), and a built-in, 10-hour battery. Otherwise, this model was identical to the previous model. This model was discontinued in July of 2011.

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All MacBooks are hard to work on. RAM and hard drives are user-installable, but most other repairs require major disassembly. Few parts are interchangeable between the various models.

Please contact us before ordering any part that doesn't specifically state compatibility with your EXACT model.

We have or can get almost any part for the MacBook models. If you don't see what you need, please contact us. We will do our best to help you out.

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