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Steve Jobs introduced the first MacBook Pro 16 years ago

In one moment on January 10, 2006, Steve Jobs said Apple was through with the hit PowerBooks. So, instead, he unveiled the first MacBook Pro with Intel inside.The PowerBook had been a huge success for Apple from the day the first models were released on October 21, 1991. But the entire range died 14 years, 2 months, and 20 days later as Steve Jobs killed off the PowerBook and replaced it with the MacBook Pro.It’s now 16 years years since he did that, which means we’ve had the MacBook Pro for longer than Apple’s original portables. And where the MacBook Pro was then introduced during the changeover from PowerPC to Intel processors, today the MacBook Pro is a key part of the change from Intel to Apple Silicon. Read more…
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