Repair guides and troubleshooting for MacBook Pro 15 inch laptop computers with a non-unibody design.
== Background and Identification == MacBook Pro laptops make up the higher-end models of MacBook computers. The first model was introduced in January 2006. ‘Unibody’ computers have a case that is made up of a single sheet of aluminum. These computers are non-unibody, so their cases are made of several pieces. This theoretically makes it easier to take them apart and repair the insides. The MacBook Pro 15" features Intel support and an integrated iSight camera. All MacBook Pro 15" models use PC2-5300 RAM. Two RAM slots means an easy memory upgrade! If storage is an issue, any 9.5mm SATA hard drive will work to expand it. For many people, 15 inch laptops like these MacBook Pros hit the ‘Goldilocks zone’ of mobile computers. They’re not too big or small, and they have enough space for a good processor without sacrificing portability. This screen size of laptop is popular with content creators and professionals who need to be productive and do occasional creative tasks, but also want a reasonably portable laptop. This category includes repair information and guides for the following models of MacBook Pro 15 inch laptop computers: * MacBook Pro 15" Core Duo Model A1150 * MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Model A1211 * MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 & A1260 == Additional Information == [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacBook_Pro|MacBook Pro - Wikipedia] [https://www.apple.com/uk/macbook-pro/|MacBook Pro Product Pages]
[title|MacBook Pro 15" (Non-Unibody)]