The MacBook brand is used for Apple’s entry/consumer level laptops. From their launch in 2006 up until late 2008, the original MacBooks (listed here as Black/White) were visually similar with almost all changes being internal. A short lived identity crisis occurred with the launch of the Aluminium Unibody MacBook alongside a remaining entry level white model.
On it’s second incarnation, Apple re-branded the Aluminium MacBook as the 13″ MacBook Pro and from hereon in, these parts are listed under the MacBook Pro section.
The last original design of white MacBook was replaced late 2009 with a new white model featuring the same Unibody shell design. These white Unibody models are listed here under The MacBook Unibody section.
Macbook Black & White Family Macbook Unibody Family
This newly designed Retina 12″ MacBook has a tapered design similar to that of the MacBook Air and is available in space gray, silver and gold. Other features include a high-resolution Retina Display, a Force Touch trackpad, a redesigned keyboard, and two ports: a headphone/microphone jack and a USB 3.1 Type-C (generation 1, up to 5 Gbit/s) port for charging, data transfer, and video output.