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2017
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.2 GHz Core M3 / MNYF2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.4 GHz Core i7 / MNYF2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.3 GHz Core i5 / MNYG2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.2 GHz Core M3 / MNYH2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.4 GHz Core i7 / MNYH2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.3 GHz Core i5 / MNYJ2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.2 GHz Core M3 / MNYK2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.4 GHz Core i7 / MNYK2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.3 GHz Core i5 / MNYL2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.2 GHz Core M3 / MNYM2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.4 GHz Core i7 / MNYM2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Mid 2017) / 1.3 GHz Core i5 / MNYN2LL/A
2016
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.1 GHz Core M3 / MLH72LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.3 GHz Core M7 / MLH72LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.2 GHz Core M5 / MLH82LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.1 GHz Core M3 / MLHA2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.3 GHz Core M7 / MLHA2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.2 GHz Core M5 / MLHC2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.1 GHz Core M3 / MLHE2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.3 GHz Core M7 / MLHE2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.2 GHz Core M5 / MLHF2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.1 GHz Core M3 / MMGL2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.3 GHz Core M7 / MMGL2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2016) / 1.2 GHz Core M5 / MMGM2LL/A
2015
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.1 GHz Core M / MF855LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.3 GHz Core M / MF855LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.2 GHz Core M / MF865LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.1 GHz Core M / MJY32LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.3 GHz Core M / MJY32LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.2 GHz Core M / MJY42LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.1 GHz Core M / MK4M2LL/A
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.3 GHz Core M / MK4M2LL/A-BTO
12" MacBook (Retina, Early 2015) / 1.2 GHz Core M / MK4N2LL/A
2010
13" MacBook (Unibody, Mid 2010) / 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo / MC516LL/A
2009
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Early 2009) / 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB881LL/A
13" MacBook (Unibody, Late 2009) / 2.26 GHz Core 2 Duo / MC207LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2009) / 2.13 GHz Core 2 Duo / MC240LL/A
2008
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Early 2008) / 2.1 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB402LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Early 2008) / 2.1 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB402LL/B
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Early 2008) / 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB403LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Early 2008) / 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB404LL/A
13" MacBook (Alum. Unibody, Late 2008) / 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB466LL/A
13" MacBook (Alum. Unibody, Late 2008) / 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB467LL/A
2007
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2007) / 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB061LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Late 2007) / 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB061LL/B
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2007) / 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB062LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Late 2007) / 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB062LL/B
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2007) / 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB063LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Late 2007) / 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo / MB063LL/B
2006
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2006) / 1.83 GHz Core Duo / MA254LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2006) / 2.0 GHz Core Duo / MA255LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Mid 2006) / 2.0 GHz Core Duo / MA472LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Late 2006) / 1.83 GHz Core 2 Duo / MA699LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Late 2006) / 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo / MA700LL/A
13" MacBook (Pre-Unibody, Late 2006) / 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo / MA701LL/A

Featured MacBooks

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Model: A1181 | Part: MA254LL/A Sell your Apple MacBook

Introduced in May of 2006, the first generation Apple MacBook is one of the first popular Macintosh laptops of its kind. The Apple MacBook Core Duo features a 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo T2400 processor, 512 MB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM and a 60 GB hard drive installed with an 8X slot-loading DVD/CD disc drive. At the time, the laptop boasted a GMA 950 Intel integrated graphics with 64 MB of DDR2 SDRAM, and a 13.3-Inch widescreen display at a native resolution of1280x800.

The MacBooks are built with AirPort Extreme, Bluetooth 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and optical audio in/out. These laptops also have a scrolling trackpad, built in iSight video camera, an Apple Remote, and the MagSafe power connector.

This MacBook is unique for its redesigned keyboard that is flush against the chassis and does not touch the screen. Additionally, the chassis makes upgrading internal parts easy with its case design. View the complete product details & specifications guide of the 2006 MacBook from the list above.


Late 2006 MacBook

The late 2006 MacBook model also features a 1.83GHz Core Duo processor, 512 MB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a 60 GB hard drive, and a 8X slot-loading DVD/CD disc drive. The Intel GMA 950 integrated graphics processing unit was a powerhouse for its time including its 64 MB of DDR2 SDRAM. The 13-Inch widescreen display was set at a native resolution of 1280x800.

This late 2006 model shares many similar features as its early 2006 predecessor. Unlike its predecessor, this model supports 802.11n and 802.11g WiFi connectivity. The Bluetooth 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire ports, USB 2.0 ports, and optical audio in/out remain the same. This model also shares a similar trackpage, iSight video camera, Apple Remote, MagSafe connectivity, chassis, and low profile keyboard. View the complete product details & specifications guide of the late 2006 MacBook from the list above. Search SellYourMac to sell your MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iPhone today. We may have the perfect system for you.


Mid-2007 MacBook

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The second generation Apple MacBook was announced in May of 2007, offering unique upgrades to its previous model. This MacBook features a 2.16GHz Intel Core Duo processor with 1 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a 160 GB hard drive, and an 8X dual-layer DVD/CD disc drive. The laptop still includes the Intel GMA 950 integrated graphics processing unit with 64 MG of DDR2 SDRAM memory, and a 13-Inch widescreen display at a native resolution of 1280x800.

This MacBook shares the same easily upgradable case as the previous generation of MacBooks, and connectivity still includes AirPort Extreme (WiFi 802.11n and 802.11g), Bluetooth 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 400 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, optical audio in/out, and the ability to connect to an external display.

This second generation of MacBooks shares similar features to the original release of MacBooks including the scrolling trackpad, iSight video camera, Apple Remote, MagSafe power connection, and low profile keyboard. View the complete product details & specifications guide of the mid 2007 MacBook from the list above.


Late 2007 MacBook

The late 2007 MacBook offers unique upgrades while still remaining similar to its previous model. This late 2007 MacBook features a 2.2GHz Intel Core Duo processor with 1 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a 160 GB hard drive, and an 8X dual-layer DVD/CD disc drive. The laptop still includes the Intel GMA 950 integrated graphics processing unit with 64 MG of DDR2 SDRAM memory, and a 13-Inch widescreen display at a native resolution of 1280x800.

This MacBook shares the same easily upgradable case as the previous generation of MacBooks, and connectivity still includes AirPort Extreme (WiFi 802.11n and 802.11g), Bluetooth 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 400 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, optical audio in/out, and the ability to connect to an external display.

This second generation of MacBooks shares similar features to the original release of MacBooks including the scrolling trackpad, iSight video camera, Apple Remote, MagSafe power connection, and low profile keyboard. The late 2007 model has substantial internal upgrades compared to its predecessor including faster motherboards, upgraded internal graphics, and support for up to 4GB of RAM. View the complete product details & specifications guide of the mid 2007 MacBook from the list above.


Early 2008 MacBook

The Apple MacBook released in early 2008 features new additions compared to its previous generations. This notebook features a 45 nm Penryn 2.1GHz Intel Core Duo processor, 1 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a 120 GB hard drive, and a 8X DVD/CD disc drive. The laptop also comes with an upgraded Intel GMA X3100 graphics processing unit and a 13-Inch widescreen display at a native resolution of 1280x800.

This new Duo/Penryn series shared the same chassis as the previous MacBook systems. Additionally, the connectivity also includes AirPort Extreme, Bluetooth 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, a FireWire port, 2 USB 2.0 ports, an optical audio in/out, and video capabilities that support an extra display. The early 2008 MacBook also features the same scrolling trackpad, iSight video camera, MagSage power connector, and low-profile keyboard.

Compared to previous models, the early 2008 models were powered by faster, energy efficient Penryn processors. The base model also shipped with larger hard drive space and twice the amount RAM. View the complete product details & specifications guide of the early 2008 MacBook from the list above.


Late 2008 Aluminum MacBook (Unibody)

The new MacBook released in late 2008 features a brand new design that includes a black and silver aluminum chassis around the internals. The new Unibody MacBook features a new case designed from a single piece of aluminum to provide better strength, reduced weight, and cleaner when compared to the previous MacBook systems.

The Apple MacBook Core 2 Duo 13-Inch laptop features a 45 nm Penryn processor, 2 GB of 1066 DDR3 SDRAM, a 160 GB ATA hard drive, an 8X DL DVD/CD disc drive, a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processing unit, new integrated iSight camera, and a LED-backlit 13-Inch display at a native resolution of 1280x800.

Connectivity remains similar to the previous generation with AirPort Extreme, Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet, two USB 2.0 ports, and optical audio in/out. A new mini display port has also been added to support displays at a resolution of 2560x1600. This MacBook does not feature FireWire 400.

In addition to its design, the new MacBook chassis offers a no button and glass-touch trackpad with finger gesture support. The new MacBook also features faster graphics, memory, and an LED-backlit display when compared to its predecessor. View the complete product details & specifications guide of the late 2008 MacBook from the list above.


Early 2009 Aluminum MacBook (Unibody)

The early 2009 MacBook was unveiled without a release to the press because the design was similar to the previous generation of MacBooks from early 2008. This laptop features an upgraded Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processors, 2 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a 120 GB hard drive, an 8XL DVD/CD disc drive, a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processing unit, and a 13-Inch widescreen display at a 1280x800 resolution.

The MacBook from ealy 2009 features the same white polycarbonate case that was seen on the early 2008 model. Many aspects remain the same except for the upgrade to Bluetooth 2.1, AirPort Extreme, Gigabit Ethernet, a FireWire 400 port, two USB 2.0 ports, optical audio in/out, and video display capabilities to an external display.

This system is similar to the Unibody design as it has the same processor, NVIDIA graphics processing unit, and similar RAM amount.


Mid 2009 Aluminum MacBook (Unibody)

Announced in March of 2010, the release of the mid 2010 MacBook from Apple features a 13-Inch retina display with a 45 nm Penryn 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, with two independent processing cores on a single silicon chip. a 1066 MHz frontside bus, 4 GB of DDR3 SDRAM installed in two pairs, a 250 GB Serial ATA hard drive, an 8X DL SuperDrive, a NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processing unit, integrated iSight, and an LED-backlit 13.3-Inch widescreen glossy display at 1280x800 native resolution. Search SellYourMac to sell your MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iPhone today.

Early 2015 MacBook (Retina)

Although this MacBook shares the same name as earlier MacBook models from previous generations, the new MacBook Core M 12-Inch (Early 2015) is a radically different piece of technology than its predecessor. The MacBook released with a refresh of multiple Apple products including the iPhone 6 and the new Apple Watch.

Announced in March of 2015, the new MacBook from Apple was reinvented for ultimate portability. These early 2015 MacBook models are even lighter and thinner than even the smallest MacBook Air models at the time. This model was created to make the Macbook Air obsolete, while providing an alternative to the Macbook Pro models.

The mac device features one USB-C port for connectivity and a headphone jack as well. The hardware closely resembles an iPad Pro with a keyboard attached rather than other notebooks during its release. Unlike the iPad, the 2015 MacBook runs OS X rather than the iPad iOS.

The new 2015 MacBook from Apple Core M 12-Inch notebook features a 14-nm 1.2 GHz Intel Core M processor, with two independent processing cores on one single chip. The notebook also features a 4 MB integrated 5300 Intel HD Graphics processor, 8 GB of onboard LPDDR3 SDRAM. and 512 GB of onboard PCIe-based flash memory. Both the flash memory and LPDDR3 SDRAM are not upgradable.

All of this technology housed in a 0.14-0.52 inch, 2.03 pound aluminum case offers three colors including gold, silver, and space gray options. The notebook also includes a 480p FaceTime webcam, a backlit full-size keyboard with butterfly keys. a haptic-capable Force Touch trackpad, and a 12 TFT LED-backlit active-matrix Retina display at 2304x1440 native resolution. Apple advertises that the notebook uses a tiered battery design to maximize chassis space, delivering 9-10 hours of battery life depending on the notebook’s use. Buy a renewed 2015 MacBook (Retina), or sell your used one today.

View the complete product details & specifications guide of the early 2015 MacBook from the list above. Search SellYourMac to sell your MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iPhone today.


Early 2016 MacBook (Retina)

Announced in March of 2016, the second release of the new MacBook from Apple features a 14 nm 1.1 GHz Intel “Core m3” Skylake processor with two independent processing cores on a single chip, an integrated Intel HD 515 graphics processing unit, 8 GB of onboard 1866 MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM, and 256 GB of onboard PCIe flash storage, both of which are not upgradable. The release of the 2016 MacBook continues to resemble the look of an iPad with an attached keyboard, for maximum portability and versatility. This second generation MacBook was created to make the Macbook Air obsolete, while providing an alternative to the MacBook Pro models.

The internals in the early MacBook 2016 are housed in a thin 0.14-0.52 inch, 2.03 pound, aluminum case in colors including silver, gold, space gray, and rose gold. The early 2016 MacBook features a 480p FaceTime webcam, a backlit full-size keyboard with “butterfly” keys, a haptic-capable “Force Touch” trackpad, and a 12” TFT LED-backlit active-matrix retina display at 2304x1440 native resolution. The notebook delivers roughly 10-11 hours of battery life on a single charge. This mac device is similar to its 2015 predecessor, but has a more advanced processor, graphics processor, RAM, storage, and higher battery capacity. Buy a renewed 2016 MacBook (Retina), or sell your used one today.

View the complete product details & specifications guide of the early 2016 MacBook from the list above. Search SellYourMac to sell your MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or iPhone today.


Mid 2017 MacBook (Retina)

Announced in March of 2017, the second release of the new MacBook 12-Inch notebook from Apple features a 14 nm 1.2 GHz Core M2 Kaby Lake processor with two independent processing cores on a single chip, integrated Intel HD 615 graphics processing unit, 8 GB of onboard LPDDR3 SDRAM, and 256 GB of onboard flash storage. Only the LPDDR3 SDRAM could be upgradable, but only up to an additional 8 GB for 16 GB of total SDRAM.

The new mid 2017 MacBook (Retina) was housed in a thin 0.14-0.52 inch, 2.03 pound, aluminum chassis in silver, space gray, gold, and rose gold color options. The notebook includes a 480p FaceTime webcam, a backlit full-size keyboard with “butterfly” keys, a “Force Touch” trackpad, and a 12” TFT LED-backlit retina display at 2304x1440 native resolution. The new mid 2017 MacBook delivers 10-12 hours of battery life depending on use. This computer is similar to its 2016 predecessor, but has a more advanced graphics unit, faster storage, advanced processor, and better battery life. Buy a renewed 2017 MacBook (Retina), or sell your used one today.

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