Let's take a look at the history of it all. First off, the MacBook Pro was born. Pretty cool - built-in iSight, MagSafe, same old (but awesome) aluminum, great! Next, the nice white MacBook we have known for about almost three and a half years at the time of the writing of this post. Then, earlier this year, the MacBook Air was born as a very thin version of the MacBook Pro. Now the original MacBook Pro is dead, replaced by a new one, and MacBook has a brother!
I don't get this - I think Apple should just phase out the white version and keep the new aluminum one, and charge US$1099 for it again! I mean, isn't it faster and cheaper to produce the new aluminum MacBooks? Or is Apple trying to sell all of its remaining white MacBooks to ease the move to the new one?