I saw on the Apple website that the MacBook pro has a maximum operating altitude.
Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 feet
Does this mean that I should not use it on a plane? Or is this just a slick way for Apple to say, "It's not our fault if you use it on a plane and it breaks."
EDIT: Thanks for everyone's responses. Although I understand now, it seems silly to for technical specs to specify an altitude if they are really specifying a pressure. Like, I understand water-resistant watches use depth, but it is clear that "water = bad" and consumers need an easily observable measure, whereas this line on the Apple website is completely misleading, and really, you have to be on a mountain, which isn't exactly a common scenario.