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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by portcontrol7, Sep 2, 2012.
I get the r in rMBP.
classic.....please google things like this before posting a thread
I did. Thanks.
shaking my head?
The c stands for classic but people are referring to the non-retina as the classic which is incorrect. The non-unibody is the classic model.
Really. But please, let's continue... I'll upload precise screenshots of my search if it pleases thee.
Ah, I see you queried google in a different manner than I did, with "what does the c in cmbp mean?" whereas I in my infinite humility queried "cmbp", "cmbp vs. rmbp", "what is cmbp?".
I am chagrined, m'lord.
I thought it meant so much humour, or was I lost in your sarcasm? Ah well...
The passive-aggressiveness in this thread is palpable.
in fairness it wasn't that obvious in the results titles, you would have had to read the summaries to get it.
i think more people use it to mean: Cardiac Myosin-Binding Protein what ever that is?!
cMBP = sometimes you just can't get a straight answer on these online forums without first being chastised, Maligned, Berated, and Pummeled.
I think the correct term should be uMBP for unibody Macbook Pro. "Classic" doesn't really seem right when the the unibody MBP was the second generation of the MBP.
Lets try to be helpful without the snarky attitude or posts.
OP, it stands for classic, where as the r stands for retina.
Since this thread has been answered and little good will continue for leaving it open - I'm closing.