Pocket-Lint: The 13-inch MacBook Pro, until recently, was a bit of a misnomer. There wasn't much Pro about a Core 2 Duo processor and the Sandy-Bridge-packing 15- and 17-inch options out specced it massively. It felt like a bulkier MacBook Air and in some cases, its thinner cousin could even out-pace it.
Late 2011 however sees the arrival of a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, complete with OS X Lion and thankfully i5 and i7 Sandy Bridge processors. Does the 13-incher finally feel pro again? Or is it still sluggish compared to its larger screened brethren?
Moreover, the customers can only use this self repair service on MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Models that have M1 chips.