MacBooks are laptop computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc. This article is a comparison of the environmental impact of MacBook laptops listed in WikiFootprints. It currently compares the carbon footprint of the devices in each stage of their life cycle. Apple includes emissions from packaging and material acquisition in the production data. For additional information and resources click on the product names to view detailed articles on each device, where available.
|Product||Total (kg CO2e)||Production (kg CO2e)||Distribution (kg CO2e)||Usage (kg CO2e)||End-of-life (kg CO2e)|
|MacBook 12-inch (512GB)||430||383||9||34||4|
|MacBook Air 13-inch (MJVG3)||480||398||19||58||5|
|MacBook Pro 13-inch (MD102)||580||435||23||116||6|
|MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (2.7GHz, 128GB)||439||369||13||53||4|
|MacBook Pro 13-inch with Thunderbolt 3 (2.0GHz, 256GB)||321||260||13||45||3|
|MacBook Pro 15-inch with Retina display (2.2GHz, 256GB)||592||468||18||101||6|
|MacBook Pro 15-inch with Thunderbolt 3 (2.6GHz, 256GB)||461||350||18||88||5|
- Apple Inc – comparison of devices from Apple Inc.