Apple announced the new MacBook Pro with Retina display at the Wordwide Developers Conference earlier this week. The base model, currently available for $2,200 without any add-ons or upgrades to the hardware, has garnered high praise from bloggers and reviewers, despite the steep price tag.
Phil Schiller, president of Worldwide Marketing at Apple, called the new laptop the "most beautiful computer we've ever made," according to The New York Times. And how can we argue? With a slim and sleek design and a weight of 4.46 pounds, the new MacBook Pro is proof of how far Apple's laptops have come since the beefy 16-pound Macintosh Portable in 1989.
Here's a look at how Apple's celebrated designs have evolved over the years, from the Macintosh Portable up to the MacBook Pro with Retina display. Check them out in the slideshow (below), then visit our buyer's guide to the new MacBook Pro and whether it's right for you.
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Macintosh Portable - 1989
Macintosh PowerBook 100 - 1991
Macintosh PowerBook Duo - 1992
Macintosh PowerBook 190 - 1995
Macintosh PowerBook 5300 - 1995
Macintosh Powerbook G3 - 1997
iBook G3 - 1999
Titanium Powerbook G4 - 2001
iBook G4 14'' - 2003
Aluminum Powerbook G4 17'' - 2003
MacBook - 2006
MacBook Pro - 2006
MacBook Air - 2008
MacBook Pro - 2012