On August 15, 1998, Apple introduced a new all-in-one computer reminiscentof the Macintosh 128K: the iMac. The iMac design team was led by JonathanIve, who would later design the iPod and the iPhone. The iMac featuredcurrent technology and a groundbreaking design. It sold close to 800,000units in its first five months and returned Apple to profitability for the firsttime since 1993.Since 2001 Apple's design team has progressively abandoned the use of translucent colored plastics first used in the iMac G3. This began with thetitanium PowerBook and was followed by the white polycarbonate iBook andthe flat-panel iMac. Thus different laptops introduced in the mean time were:Power Mac, iBook and Power Book.
The MacBook is a line of Macintosh notebook computers by Apple Inc.Introduced in May 2006; it replaced the iBook G4 and 12" PowerBook seriesof notebooks as a part of the Apple Intel transition. Part of the MacBookfamily, the MacBook is aimed at the education and consumer markets. It isthe best-selling Macintosh in history and according to the sales-researchorganization NPD Group, the midrange model of the MacBook has been thesingle best-selling laptop of any brand in U.S. retail stores for the past fivemonths. There have been two designs of the MacBook: the first uses apolycarbonate casing that was modeled after the iBook G4, while the seconduses a unibody aluminum casing. When the aluminum MacBook wasannounced, the original white MacBook was given an optical drive updateand a lower price. The aluminum MacBook was released in October 2008.
Features of MacBook:
Precision aluminum unibody enclosure:
Machined from a solid piece of aluminum, the new MacBook not onlylooks stunning, it's also thinner, lighter, greener, and more powerfulthan ever.
The ultrathin 1280-by-800-pixel LED-backlit display shows off your