The pre-Retina unibody MBPs were made out of CNC machined billet aluminum, but what about the Retina series? Have they gone back to plastic for the housing? I can't find any information on the Retina MBP construction; just the usual technical specs.
MacBook Pro is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact:
- Mercury-free LED-backlit display
- Arsenic-free display glass
- Highly recyclable aluminum enclosure
- Meets ENERGY STAR 6.1 requirements
- Rated EPEAT Gold7
Yes. They have not majorly changed the materials or manufacture of the MacBook Pro chassis since the unibody redesign (except for anodizing the new Space Gray models).ApolloBoy and DeltaMac, thank you both for the replying.
Is the current Retina MBP still using the CNC machining process like the Unibody?