A Brief History of My MacBook Pro Essay

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At the moment I am typing this, I am looking at a flashing cursor and words begging to appear on the screen of my MacBook Pro. Thoughts are filtering through my mind on what I want to say, these are put into action by my nerves sending messages to my fingers on where to move, and then my brain is constantly thinking on what letter I want and moving my fingers and where they alight they are interpreted by my brain that I typed the correct letter by position. This is then all brought back to my mind by the visual response I see on the screen, my mind interprets the shapes I am seeing as world. Then it goes back to my brain and is stored there letting me know that the task has been accomplished. This analogy can be viewed the same for a …show more content…
The GPU takes this information and interprets it and renders it for output on a display. Finally any information that needs to be perfectly saved is done so on the Hard Disk Drive (HDD). The HDD is where memory is able to be physically saved, so in this analogy it would be this my ideas created. All of these components and every other component that makes a computer work are all placed on a Logic Board. This is an Apple Specific term for what the rest of the industry calls the motherboard.1 The Mother Board, as the rest of the industry calls it, according to PC Magazine “is the primary printed circuit board in a computer or other electronic device. In a modern desktop computer, the motherboard contains the CPU and memory sockets as well as the chipset, which houses the control circuits for all the peripheral devices.” 2 All the components I stated before are all made to work together from the logic board. The mother board, or logic board as I will refer to it to stay with the theme of my MacBook Pro, is like the processes of globalization that link these ideas and goods. To begin to discuss the processes required to manufacture my MacBook Pro and the ideas and goods that go into producing it I must begin with a short back drop of Apple as a company and their processes of manufacturing, and how those processes have changed over time due to

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