MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010)


Family: MacBook Pro

Codename: ?

Gestalt ID: 406

Minimum OS: 10.6.3

Maximum OS: 10.10.4

Introduced: April 2010

Terminated: February 2011


CPU: Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo (P7xxx/P8xxx)

CPU Speed: 2.4/2.66 GHz

CPU Cores: 2

FPU: integrated

Bus Speed: 1066 MHz

Register Width: 64-bit

Data Bus Width: 64-bit

Address Bus Width: 64-bit

Level 1 Cache: 32 kB data, 32 kB instruction

Level 2 Cache: 3 MB on-processor


RAM Type: PC3-8500 SO-DIMM

Minimum RAM Speed: 1066 MHz

Onboard RAM: 0 MB

RAM slots: 2

Maximum RAM: 8 GB

Expansion Slots: SD card


Screen: 13.3" LED-backlit TFT

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 320M

VRAM: 256 MB shared (see notes)

Max Resolution: 1280x800

Video Out: Mini DisplayPort

Camera: iSight


Hard Drive: 250/320 GB 5400 RPM

ATA Bus: Serial-ATA

Optical Drive: 24x/24x/10x/8x/8x/4x/4x CD-RW/DVD±RW/DVD±R DL


USB: 2 2.0

Firewire800: 1

Audio Out: stereo 24 bit mini, Optical S/PDIF, HDMI via Mini DisplayPort

Audio In: stereo 24 bit mini (see notes)

Speaker: stereo

Microphone: mono


Ethernet: 10/100/1000BaseT

Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n

Bluetooth: 2.1+EDR


Power: 60 Watts

Battery Life: 10 hours

Dimensions: 0.95" H x 12.78" W x 8.94" D

Weight: 4.5 lbs.


The MacBook Pro's graphics chipset used a portion of main memory as VRAM. Though reported as a 256 MB graphics system, the chipset actually used up to 272 MB of RAM. A single 3.5mm jack could be used for analog or optical audio out, or analog audio in.

Introduced in April 2010, the MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) replaced the MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009). Improvements included faster Core 2 Duo Processors, a faster graphics chipset, larger hard drives, and more RAM on the base model. The MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) shipped in two configurations: 2.4 GHz/4 GB RAM/250 GB HD/$1199, 2.66 GHz/4 GB RAM/320 GB HD/$1499. Built-to-order options included a 500 GB hard drive, a 128/256/512 GB solid-state drive, and up to 8 GB of RAM. The MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) was replaced in Febrary 2011 by the MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011).

Picture Credits:
Apple, Inc.