The first thing to note is that the MacBook Pro’s aluminum frame is quite thin.
If you want a thicker case, you could probably make it from a plastic case, but the aluminum is just that thin.
To make matters worse, the MacBook Air’s aluminum is thinner and more rigid than the MacBook Pros aluminum.
To put it another way, the thinner aluminum can be pushed through the air, which means it’s likely to flex more, which will eventually cause cracks in the case.
To address this, Apple has created a new thin-film coating in the MacBooks aluminum that actually helps to prevent this kind of cracking.
To do this, the aluminum was sandwiched between a layer of carbon fiber and a layer that is composed of glass fibers, which have excellent strength properties.
This layer has a slightly different shape, so it can be stretched or stretched again, and it doesn’t flex at all.
The aluminum can also be cut and polished, which allows it to be a solid structure, making it a much more durable piece of material.
However, the thin film coating isn’t quite as strong as other types of aluminum.
In fact, if you’re going to be using the MacBook’s aluminum for anything other than your MacBook Pro, this is a good time to take a look at the other options out there.
To recap, the new MacBook Pros new aluminum frame makes the MacBook a much better case than its predecessor, but it doesn