Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by alex.marton, Oct 4, 2015.
excuse me if I sound stupid, but what does the "c" stand for in the MacPro?
Thanks... I thought it meant Custom but that didn't sound right.
Classic, as in "pre-retina"
Technically Mac Pros are not retina machines. The term still fits, i.e., cMP is a Classic Mac Pro
Ahh, my bad. mis-read as in cMBP...
But yeah, the C is 'classic'
Classic as in 2006-20012 models.
You guys have it all wrong - the "c" stands for "cheese grater" style Mac Pro.
I always presumed c = Current as in opposite of n = New!
Classic for me.
Those stupid dictionaires!
"Cut" as in "Cheese"