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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

When was the iSight built-in camera added to MacBooks?


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Hey all,

As I've mentioned before I'm in the market for a new laptop. I really want one with a built in camera, but I haven't been able to find any research on when Apple added it. For example, I really want to buy the Macbook at

Apple MacBook 13.3" 2.2GHz 160GB 1GB Black WARRANTY - eBay (item 300463476460 end time Oct-03-10 11:11:40 PDT)

But I can't tell if the model type has a camera in it? Anyone know? Thanks!
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13" MacBook (Core Duo)

From the very first Macbook on there has been an iSight Camera.
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But I can't tell if the model type has a camera in it? Anyone know? Thanks!
Yeah...the photos in that e-Bay auction you linked are not very good/well lit. But in photo #3 from the auction...if you zoom in on that photo...you can just barely see the Macbook's built-in camera at the top center of the display bezel.

But like "dtravis7" mentioned. All of the Macbook's since "day 1"...had a built in camera...so whatever you buy will have a camera.

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