The term unibody refers to manufacturing the frame by machining a single piece of aluminum and first shipped in a MacBook Pro.

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Fix some scratches on my Macbook pro

please how can I repair these scratches on my Macbook pro they made me so sad.
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MacBook White Unibody doesn't detect new HDD

I'm trying to upgrade a MacBook from mid-2009 (it's the A1342, MacBook 6,1) with a new hard disk. The original one was a 250GB and the new one I'm trying to install has 500GB and it's a Toshiba. I've ...
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Is the 2011 Macbook Pro body equivalent to the 2012 model?

My mid-2012 Macbook Pro's body is damaged beyond repair but the internal parts are still functional. Is it possible that I could assemble the parts into a 2011 body of the same size and have a ...
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MacBook won't boot on Yosemite after force power off

Macbook suddenly froze while I was using Google Chrome so I waited for 15 minutes hoping it would un-freeze. After 15 minutes, I decided to force the power off by pressing and holding the Power button....
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Must I reformat my hard drive to reclaim space from unused 2nd partition?

I wanted to see if I could also have Ubuntu on my Macbook alongside the usual OSX. Now, a year later, I want to remove the Ubuntu and the space associated with it on the hard drive. That is, my hd is ...
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Are the new MacBook Unibody Aluminum Batteries better than the old ones?

Of course a new battery is almost certainly better than an old one. That's not what I'm asking about. I used the same battery in my Mac for five years but it sucked from day one really, only lasted 1....
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Material thickness of Unibodies?

As a layman, I am currently working on a mechanical design for something like my own tablet/iPad case. I dream of having it milled from a block of aluminum. Now, I wonder what are the limits of the ...