Why Apple is changing how it makes its notebooks

The notebook business is in a slump, with sales in the United States falling by about 50 percent over the past decade.

Apple is using a different model to get people to buy its laptops.

The company’s latest laptop, the MacBook Pro, has an integrated webcam, an integrated power button and a headphone jack, as well as a built-in fingerprint scanner.

But instead of using a plastic casing that would look a bit like an Apple notebook, the company is going for an aluminum body that is more akin to a MacBook.

Apple is making the laptop with the same aluminum body as the one that came with the MacBook Air, the Air 2, and the MacBook.

The new MacBook Pro comes with an Intel Core i5-5200U processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a 13.3-inch 1080p display.

Apple says the laptop also has an NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M graphics processor, a USB Type-C port and a fingerprint scanner, which it says will be used to authenticate users.

Apple’s new notebook is just the latest in a string of laptops that have undergone radical changes over the last few years.

In 2015, it launched the iMac with a thinner, lighter design that was available in 15 different colors.

In 2016, the iBookBook Pro and iBook Air 3 with Retina display became the first to feature an integrated camera.

Last year, Apple released the iBooks with Retinas and the iPad Air.

Apple hasn’t announced pricing or availability of the new MacBook Pros, but the company said that customers who buy the laptop in October will get a new MacBook Air.

The laptop is also being available for pre-order starting Monday.

The price for the new laptop is $1,299, and it’s available for $1.29 more than the $1 to $1 and $1-2 price tags that you see in the table below.