Why Should I Choose a Mac?
If you are wondering whether you should choose a Mac over a PC, then join the debate. There are never-ending views as to whether MacBooks and iMacs are a better alternative to PC’s. You will get some people that feel fiercely about their opinion. You will also get those who are willing to listen to both sides.
The following information has been put together to allow you to make an informed decision on what is best for you as an individual.
Are Macs a more cost-effective solution in the long run?
You may find some that argue that the cost of purchasing a Windows PC does cost less. However, a better-rounded identifier would be to evaluate other elements such as the residual value after you sell it or trade it in and how long you are able to keep it. As a direct comparison, you will likely get much more for your Mac.
Are Macs simpler to purchase?
A lot of our clients discuss the complexity of buying a PC. They feel like there is too much choice. Not only in makes, models, speeds and sizes but also in terms of other alternatives. This all seems ok if you understand the jargon. However, if, like most it becomes daunting then you will likely side with those who feel it is easier to narrow down your search with a Mac. Our friendly staff are on hand to help you find the best solution for you. No pressure and no hard sales, just friendly advice.
Have Macs got the edge on Virus Control?
Some would say that if you look into it that Apple has gained more ground on virus control that Microsoft. Comparatively, Mac users still seem to be living with less viruses, malware and spyware. Generally, Mac users often say that it is much less of a problem than those using Windows.
Are Macs more Stylish?
Macs are instantly recognisable. They have style and elegance, and their quality is second-to-none.
The list really does go on. There are so many comparative elements, and the truth is that you have to find the best solution for you. Refurbished Macs are another alternative to finding a cost-effective solution. You can find out more information on our guide to buying a refurbished Mac here.