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'''"Split Body" is a term new to me.'''.. where have you heard it used?
 
For what it's worth in the Mac Users community [http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/macbook-pro-unibody-faq/|''Unibody means] milled from one block of aluminum or composite... no openings for removable batteries. '' The the original white or black polycarbonate MacBook (shipped from May 16, 2006 to October 20, 2009) had a user removable battery last "pre-Unibody" MacBook Pro was discontinued on January 6, 2009 it too had a user removable battery,battery.

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For what it's worth in the Mac Users community [http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/macbook-pro-unibody-faq/|''Unibody means] milled from one block of aluminum or composite... no openings for removable batteries. '' The the original white or black polycarbonate MacBook (shipped from May 16, 2006 to October 20, 2009) had a user removable battery last "pre-Unibody" MacBook Pro was discontinued on January 6, 2009 it too had a user removable battery,battery.

''If this answer is acceptable '''please remember to return and mark it'''.''

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'''"Split Body" is a term new to me.'''.. where have you heard it used?

For what it's worth in the Mac Users community [http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/macbook_pro/macbook-pro-unibody-faq/|''Unibody means] milled from one block of aluminum or composite... no openings for removable batteries. '' The the original white or black polycarbonate MacBook (shipped from May 16, 2006 to October 20, 2009) had a user removable battery last "pre-Unibody" MacBook Pro was discontinued on January 6, 2009 it too had a user removable battery,

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