Is a 2009 MacBook Pro still good?
The good news is that, if you can survive on a 2009 MacBook Pro, any of them would be fine for your purposes. These are the old MacBook Air (best keyboard, worst screen) and the MacBook Pro (horrible keyboard, great screen).
What model is MacBook late 2009?
MacBook (13-inch, 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, Late 2009)
|Model Number||A1342 (EMC 2350)|
|Family||13-inch, Late 2009|
What is the rarest MacBook?
Macintosh TV (1993) Nineteen years after its debut, Apple’s first experiment in TV-computer integration remains the rarest full-production Mac ever released.
What MacBook came out in 2009?
|Intro.||March 3, 2009||June 8, 2009|
|Family||Late 2008/Early 2009*||MacBookPro5,1|
|RAM||4 GB||512 MB*|
|Storage||320 GB HDD||8X DL “SuperDrive”|
|Complete MacBook Pro 15-Inch “Core 2 Duo” 2.66 (Unibody) Specs|
How much RAM can a MacBook late 2009 take?
Maximum Memory: The”Unibody” MacBook Late 2009 and newer have a system maximum of 8GB.
Can I get money for a broken MacBook?
You can even sell your broken Macs to us and still get money back. We’re one of the few places that buy broken MacBooks and provides a great cash value during the Apple buyback process. If you want to sell your MacBook, our Apple buyback process is really simple!
What to do with old Macs?
If the Mac is no longer functional, or if it’s too old, you can recycle it. Apple’s recycling program will take any of your devices and recycle them. They may even give you a gift card if the computer still has some value. You won’t get a lot, and lately Apple’s prices for Mac trade-ins have been very low.
What Apple products are rare?
This list does not include a single 21st century product, the Apple I or the first Macintosh.
- Apple IIGS Woz Edition. Price: ~ $ 720 or 53 thousand rubles.
- Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh (TAM) Price: ~ $ 2000 or 148 thousand rubles.
- Macintosh Portable.
- Apple Accessories 1986.
- Apple QuickTake 100.
Which Macs are no longer supported?
- 27in iMac (late 2012 and older)
- 21.5in iMac (late 2012 and older)
- MacBook Air, 13in and 11in (mid 2013 and older)
- 13in MacBook Pro (2012 and older)
- 15in MacBook Pro (2012 and older)
- Mac mini (2011 and older)
- Mac Pro (2010 and older)
- All pre-Intel Macs are obsolete.