Why Do People Buy Macbooks?


There is an ongoing debate over whether Macs are “better” than PCs. Of course, “better” is a subjective term; for example, while Macs are generally acknowledged to be easier to use if you’re a long-time Windows user, the first time you sit in front of a Mac, it won’t seem that way.

In any case, here is a list of distinguishing features. If nothing else, these are compelling reasons to consider purchasing a Mac. If you need MacBook parts, check out Macbook 11 A1370 Parts.

Less Expensive In Long Run

Sure, you can get a Windows PC for less money upfront. However, the true cost of ownership should be calculated using the purchase price and the residual value after you sell or trade it in. The difference between those two figures is what your computer costs to own. When the cost of ownership is calculated in this manner, Macs easily win. All you have to do is compare the value of a three-year-old Windows PC (which is often close to zero) to what you can get for your three-year-old Mac. It’s almost always a no-brainer.

More Accessible

We tried comparing PCs for about 15 minutes before our eyes glazed over. When you have so many options, not only in terms of manufacturers but also in terms of bells and whistles, speeds, and sizes, it’s nearly impossible to know whether you’re getting the right, or best, deal. With the Mac, you can quickly narrow your search and be assured that you’re getting a well-made and well-respected product and being loaded with a slew of great software that you’d have to buy separately on a PC. Furthermore, there is no equivalent to PowerMax in the PC world. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is eager to assist you throughout the process.


While this has shifted slightly as Apple has gained ground on Microsoft, Mac users enjoy relative freedom from viruses, spyware, and malware. We’re not saying they can’t get them; it’s just that Mac users have a much easier time of it than Windows users.

The Cloud storage

Not nearly enough people backup their hard drives (despite the fact that everyone should), but Apple’s Time Machine makes it so elegant and simple that all you need to do is connect a drive and turn Time Machines on. And it’s not just a backup; you can go back in time and find a deleted document. Apple is also assisting with backups through iCloud, which is especially useful in this age of people using multiple devices, such as the iPhone and iPad.

While Apple makes upgrading its operating system simple, Microsoft keeps it complicated. Apple smoothly transitions its customers to its most recent operating system for free. Windows can’t even come up with a consistent naming scheme: there are versions 7, 8, XP, Vista, CE, NT, 98, and 2000. Check out the Macbook Air 11 A1370 Parts for purchasing the parts for macbooks so you can easily repair it if need arises.