Sorry, but what does the c in cMBP mean?

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  2. mohsy90 macrumors 65816

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    classic.....please google things like this before posting a thread
     
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    shaking my head?
     
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    Congrats?
     
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    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.
     
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    ubbi
     
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    I thought it meant so much humour, or was I lost in your sarcasm? Ah well...
     
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    The passive-aggressiveness in this thread is palpable.
     
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    cMBP = sometimes you just can't get a straight answer on these online forums without first being chastised, Maligned, Berated, and Pummeled.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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