laptops Applerelated to this line were initially positioned as affordable solutions (as opposed to productive and expensive powerbook, subsequently Macbook Pro).
The first iBook appeared back in 1999. It was a truly original model, with an unusual design - its body resembled a shell and had a carrying handle. Five bright colors were available to the user. Regarding solutions from competitors iBook was quite an expensive device ($1,600 at the time of launch), but not by the standards Apple.
next generation iBook already had a classic design, but still attracted attention, being examples of exceptionally successful design.
Since 2006, all lines of computers Apple (with the exception of iMac) have changed their name. The reason for this was the change of processors from IBM on the Intel. Since then iBook called simply macbook.