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Does MacBook Pro come with CD drive?
Apple has discontinued its non-Retina legacy MacBook Pro, the last Mac it sold with a built-in CD/DVD drive. As with the 12-inch MacBook, a dongle would be needed to use the SuperDrive with new MacBook Pros that have switched to USB-C ports. via
When did Apple stop putting DVD drives in MacBook Pro?
Apple's been phasing out optical drives in its Macs since it introduced the MacBook Air in 2008. The last model to include one was the 2012 13-inch MacBook Pro Apple sold until October 2016. via
Why does my MacBook Pro not have a CD drive?
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > About This Mac. Click System Report, then click Disc Burning and review the information for your optical drive. If you don't see a drive listed that supports discs in CD, DVD, or Blu-ray format, it means an optical drive isn't available. via
Are 2013 Macbooks still good?
Until very recently, I had been using a 2013 Retina MacBook Pro as my primary computer. It's only now really beginning to show it's age. It's still an excellent machine for browsing the web, researching, writing, and even photo editing (though that feels like it has slowed down). via
Do new Macbooks have CD drive?
Apple's branded playable/burnable CD/DVD drive is the perfect complement to your iMac or MacBook Pro unless you have a late 2016 or newer MacBook Pro. If you do, you'll need the USB-C to USB adapter. via
How do I play a CD on my MacBook Pro 2020?
Can you play a DVD on MacBook Pro?
Playing a DVD on a Mac is extremely simple. Just insert the DVD into your Super DVD drive (Super DVD drive is Apple's optical disc reading and writing technology). The DVD player will open automatically and start playing the disc. You can open it using the Menu and click Play to run the movie. via
Which MacBook Pro has the CD drive?
With the model lineup shuffle today, the 13-inch MacBook Pro remains the only Mac available today with an optical drive. Apple has committed to removing optical drives from all of its Macs over the years, but it's possible that the company realized some — particularly students — may still need a DVD drive. via
Why did Apple get rid of CD drives?
Something had to give: portability or optical media. The industry followed Apple's example and figured it needed to remove built-in CD/DVD drives to enable thin notebook designs, such as this Series 9 Ultrabook from Samsung. via
Do MacBook Pros have CD slots 2020?
The newest Apple - MacBook Pro with Retina Display - 13.3" however does not come with the CD/DVD slot. If you want a cd/dvd drive you will have to purchase an external one. via
Will a MacBook pro work without a CD drive?
4 Answers. Yes, it is possible to remove the optical drive. However, it isn't that easy. You will need several specialized screwdrivers, a tool to remove the cables, and some manual dexterity. via
How do I connect my CD drive to my MacBook Pro?
To use your SuperDrive, connect it to a USB-A port on your Mac*, then insert a disc. Make sure that the aluminum enclosure of the SuperDrive is facing up. To connect your SuperDrive to a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) or USB-C port on your Mac, you can use one of these adapters: USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. via
How long will a 2013 MacBook Pro last?
Age. The age of a MacBook ultimately dictates what Apple operating system it will support. For instance, if you purchased a MacBook Pro made in 2013, we expect a further three to fours years support for the latest operating system. via
Are old MacBooks still good?
If you're concerned that your older MacBook won't perform as well as a new model, this is perfectly reasonable. For instance, if all you need a MacBook for is working, using cloud applications and software like Office 365 and some web browsing, any of Apple's last several generations of MacBooks will be fine. via
Are old MacBooks worth anything?
As of this writing (2011), on average I'd say most old Macs are worth about $100. An original 128k Mac, truly rare items and prototypes can command hundreds to thousands of dollars. For most systems, sentimental values tend to be higher than resale prices. via